GameYeeeah initially carried Xbox Live Vision Camera (Xbox 360) and priced it at €24.99 for the 2009 year end.
Online PR News – 24-December-2009 – – GameYeeeah initially carried Xbox Live Vision Camera (Xbox 360) and priced it at €24.99 for the 2009 year end.
- Maximize your Xbox LIVE Gold subscription with video chat (Gold membership required for video chat).
- Put a face on your gamertag and make yourself known to the people on your friends list.
- Bring gesture-based games to life using your body movements to control the action.
- Supports games designed with "face in game" technology for a personalized gaming experience—add your face to your character in-game.
- Images are a snap with VGA 640H x 480V video at 30 frames per second and still photos at 1.3 mega-pixels.
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The good: Microsoft's slickly designed Xbox Live Vision for Xbox 360 is a relatively inexpensive, USB Web-cam-style video camera that allows you to video-chat online with other Xbox Live gamers. You can also use the camera to add still images to your text messages and your gamertag picture, not to mention that some upcoming games will allow you to map your face to your in-game player using the camera. We also like the shimmering water effect the camera puts on the background of the Xbox Live menu system, not to mention that when you're in music mode on your Xbox 360, you can play with the visualization with hand gestures. Lastly, the Xbox Live Vision camera can double as a Web cam on your PC or Mac.
The bad: Image quality for still photos is pretty mediocre and only a handful of games are currently Vision-enabled.
The bottom line: Microsoft's answer to Sony's EyeToy camera, the affordable Xbox Live Vision Camera for Xbox 360 may not yet be a must-have Xbox 360 accessory, but we suspect that as Microsoft upgrades Xbox Live to include more Vision features, it will be.
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