SY-Fi Motion Detection Software To Rival The Sony EyeToy

Posted: Aug 8 2003, 10:19am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:56pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
SY-Fi Motion Detection Software To Rival The Sony EyeToy
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SY-Fi a small company in the UK launches a PC based Motion Detection software to what they say rival the Sony EyeToy.

The piece of software called iJen enables any PC user with a webcam to interact with their PC via body motions.
SY-Fi has released a special adaptation of its motion detection system for NullSoft’s Winamp mp3 player, this plug-in allows the user to interact with the visualisations. The plug-in is available from SY-Fi’s web site for free. They also offer libraries for developers to build other applications of SY-Fi motion detection technology.

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