Showcasing the facial recognition in the PlayStation Vita.
The doll the blinks one eye at a time is creepy as hell lol.
*Dies of creepiness* but gets revived after the PS Vita comes out.
Sony always bring the "Good-tech" But that's one of the reasons why we get 1 useful feature for the PS3 every 6 months... I mean Sony is only focusing too much on what's "Tech" and forgetting about what the machine is for.
But still fapable.
Can't wait to get this and Play Uncharted, and hopefully an MGS game that gets announced soon. Maybe for the 25th anniversary next year?
Sony shows us so many tech demos that never make it to market in any fashion though. : / I LOVE this! Please give us the option to do it!
This is what I don't get.. They show us these tech demos but they never use them in a video game really... Remember Sony showed us a tech demo about you draw something on the PSeye and it can detect it... what happen to that?
Exactly. I bet this feature will be included in like 2 games and then... "forget about it"
See Eye pet. The technology exists and is very good stuff ( my daughter loves it). However, not very practical in traditional gaming. Edit: Sorry Moon. It looks like you made the same point about a hour ago.
@TurismoGTR "Remember Sony showed us a tech demo about you draw something on the PSeye and it can detect it... what happen to that? " To be fair, isnt this feature included in eye pet, maybe not to the same degree as the tech demo you speak of, i'm not sure. In eye pet, if you draw a plane or a car, the game recognises it and gives that freaky looking half monkey/half cat creature a plane or car to ride around on. Cant wait for the Vita though
this same video has been shown on this site like 5 times already
This video is old news. I already seen it a long time ago.
If I can use this for head tracking for driving, flying and other games i'll be all over this. not that i'm not all over this now.
nothing new here ......
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