During Microsoft’s showing of Project Natal last week in New York, Russ Frushtick from the MTV Multiplayer Blog has timed the supposed one-to-one motion capture of the device. Having played 5 demos and capturing 40 different movements form a variety of journalists, Frushtick has calculated that, “the fastest life-to-screen transition was .08 seconds, while the slowest was .12 seconds. A tenth of a second was the consistent average”. Frushtick has also noted, “Natal is not instant, one-to-one motion capture. It’s close, very close, but once you start playing you’ll undoubtedly notice a tiny delay”. Microsoft seems as if they have a ways to go to compete against the Nintendo Wii motion controls, but have time to tweak the controls come Fall 2010 target release date.