PlayStation Eye


This latest PlayStation Eye demo shows off its face-tracking capabilities, which function quite well to say the least. Video after the break.

As you can see in the video it works great, and would be brilliant for duck-and-cover maneuvering in first-person shooters. However, as you might guess, support for games has yet to be announced

[via Gizmodo]

In this feature, “the guys in the Playstation R&D Lab demonstrate how easy it is to create a new version of the old shcool Atari 2600 game Combat.” Videos after the break.

Anton has been using PS Eye to let users add their own content into games. So far, he�s focused on simple, familiar games (like lunar lander and tank battle) that he can code for PS3 in a day or so. These games are pretty old school, but they become amazingly fun again when you get to add your own content. And when the PS3 adds physics to your content, things become even more fun

[via PlayStation]

GT provides us with a first look at several upcoming PlayStation Eye games. Video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

While all that is good news, the actual image quality isn’t quite as good as we’d hoped. As you can see in some of the images below, the color levels of the EyeToy often looked more natural and it seems to deal with darkness better than the PlayStation Eye. The Eye’s images often appeared to be greener than they should be, and there’s a lot of graininess in dark scenes

[via IGN]