Hidden iPhone feature turns into TV Gaming Device

With a little work and the help of an undocumented feature "MPTVOutWindow class" in Apple's iPhone Software Developers Kit, one iPhone developer was able to turn its game into a version suited for playback on big-screen TVs. Moto Chaser, the TV version of the iPhone game was born (video below). The game uses the iPhone's accelerometer […]

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With a little work and the help of an undocumented feature "MPTVOutWindow class" in Apple's iPhone Software Developers Kit, one iPhone developer was able to turn its game into a version suited for playback on big-screen TVs. Moto Chaser, the TV version of the iPhone game was born (video below). The game uses the iPhone's accelerometer for input and steering while routing the game's video through a video-out cable to the TV. Freeverse noted that the program ran best on the second-generation iPod touch, which includes a 532MHz processor compared to the iPhone and iPhone 3G's 412MHz chip.

Source:→ AppleInsider

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