Playstation Vita: Facial Recognition Capibilities Demonstrated [Video]

The Playstation Vita was unveiled at the last month's E3 2011 event.A new YouTube video from a presentation to game developers last week in Tokyo, proves that its not just gaming console, and shows off the facial recognition software that will be a part of the PS Vita. The video, actually shows off how the […]

The Playstation Vita was unveiled at the last month's E3 2011 event.

A new YouTube video from a presentation to game developers last week in Tokyo, proves that its not just gaming console, and shows off the facial recognition software that will be a part of the PS Vita. The video, actually shows off how the PS Vita's front facing camera can be used to animate a player avatar on the screen using the console player's facial movements and head movements.

The demo used the software as a way for the console user to communicate with another PS Vita player using just avatars (a cute Japanese school girl for the woman and for some reason a male with a tiger head for the man).

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