Overview of Technical Specifications
External Dimension: approximately 186mm x 27mm x 27mm (height x width x depth)
Weight: approximately 183g
Connection Type: PS4 dedicated connector (Aux)
Cable Length: Cord length: 200cm approximately
Camera lens: Dual camera (move like), F value/F2.0 fixed focus
Capture Range: 30cm - ∞
Field of view (FOV): 85 degrees
Video Format: RAW, YUV (uncompressed)
Video Frame Rate: 60fps at 1280x800 pixels / 120fps at 640x400 pixels / 240fps at 320x192 pixels
14w ago - Today Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida Tweeted confirming several new aspects of their upcoming PlayStation 4 console including details on PS4 HDD game installations, the camera, controller and language support.
Below is a summary, as follows:
On PS4 / PlayStation 4 HDD Game Installations:
Jay (_Tracid_): Hello Mr Yoshida, can we use external hard drive to install games without having it on the main internal hard drive?
Shuhei Yoshida (yosp): no
Anders Lauritsen (LightningAnders): Dear Shuei. Will we be able to do full game installs to HDD from disc (Disc present in tray for verification) on PS4?
Shuhei Yoshida (yosp): yes
On the PS4 / PlayStation 4 Camera:
According to Sony, the PS4 Camera supports Navigational Voice Commands. Sony has nonchalantly confirmed (via playstationlifestyle.net/2013/08/29/ps4-camera-supports-navigational-voice-commands-sony-confirms/) that the PlayStation Camera supports navigational voice commands during their GameStop Expo Conference.
Sony sent a statement to Polygon yesterday, saying, "Sony Computer Entertainment can confirm that PlayStation Camera allows for voice recognition and we will look forward...
43w ago - Following up on the previous rumor of Sony's PlayStation 4 costing around $400, today VGLeaks (linked above) has shared some details on the PS4 / Orbis Dual Camera functionality from a recent patent uncovered.
Below is the scoop, to quote: "When we unveiled Orbis, an enigmatic device called "Dual Camera" was also listed within the info.
"Dual Camera" appears to be an evolutioned HD Eyetoy instead of a Kinect device, based on the features offered right now.
It contains a pair of wide-angle cameras. Each camera offers a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (720p).
Sound is processed by a 4 microphone array working at 48 Khz.
The device can perform some non gaming tasks such as:
Recognize the user and log in the system
In the gaming field it supports head and hand tracking as new game inputs. Currently it's not clear if this device will support body tracking in...