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Freeverse releases demo of ToySight interactive game

updated 04:20 pm EST, Tue December 16, 2003

Demo of ToySight released

Freeverse Software today released a , its $35 camera-controlled entertainment software for the Mac. 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 onto the game screen, and must use arm and hand motions to play the games." It requires a computer running Mac OS X, as well as a FireWire camera. The demo is limited to one game mode, FreeFall, one toy, the Laser Harp, and a tutorial to help new users learn how to play.




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