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Wednesday, December 3, 2003
Freeverse's ToySight Goes Gold
11:40 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

Freeverse Software today announced that ToySight, the company's camera-controlled entertainment software has gone Gold and is currently being manufactured in time for the holiday shopping season.

Here's more from the official press release:

ToySight features a dozen interactive games and toys for one or two players. Instead of using a joystick, mouse, or keyboard, players maneuver themselves in front of an iSight or other firewire camera to control the action. The players are superimposed transparently onto the game screen, and must use arm and hand motions to play the games.
ToySight will require a computer running Mac OS X, as well as a camera that uses the FireWire serial bus, such as Apple's iSight webcam. The software will be available at a suggested retail price of US $34.95.


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