Thursday, April 26th 2007

Sony Reveals USB 2.0 PlayStation Eye Camera for PS3

Sony Computer Entertainment today officially revealed the next-generation PlayStation Eye USB 2.0 PS3 camera scheduled for a summer release. The PlayStation Eye is an accessory for voice, video chat and online gaming on the PlayStation Network. Key features of the PlayStation Eye include a new camera capable of a frame rate of 120 frames per second at 320x240, or 60 frames per second at 640x480, even in low-light conditions. The PlayStation Eye features all-new four microphone array, incorporating multidirectional voice location tracking, enhanced echo cancelling and background noise suppression. Bundled with each PlayStation Eye will be the EyeCreate editing software, which allows users to save photos, video and audio clips to the PS3 hard disk drive.

Source: Sony
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5 Comments on Sony Reveals USB 2.0 PlayStation Eye Camera for PS3

#1
LiNKiN
Staff
Could this work with the PC?
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#2
kakazza
The EyeToy camera works with the PC at least, I guess this one will be plugged in over USB too, so... good chance it will.
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#3
Benpi
60 frames per second at 640x480

Well, at least something on the machine will be able to produce 60FPS -.-

Playing marvel alliance on the PS3 is like running 3Dmark during the CPU test.
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LiNKiN
Staff
by: Benpi

Well, at least something on the machine will be able to produce 60FPS -.-

Playing marvel alliance on the PS3 is like running 3Dmark during the CPU test.
Are you serious? That game isnt that intensive is it?
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Seeing as USB is a computer deal, Im assuming it would work.
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