SYFi release its motion detection libraries for the PC computer.

 

SYFi's libraries that have been released allow any C++ developer or company to create their own programs based on motion detection like the Sony Playstation 2's New EYE Toy system. it is also possible to build the iJen engine into existing software. SYFi have released two demonstrations of its iJen engine, FlySwatter & Airdrums. SYFi have also created a motion detection based visualisation plug-in for Nullsoft's Winamp mp3 Player. The demos, libraries & the Winamp plugin are available for free and are on the SYFi web site http://www.syfi.co.uk

SYFi has released its motion detection libraries for the PC computer.

The libraries allow any C++ developer or company to create their own programs based on motion detection, it is also possible to build the iJen engine into existing software.

iJen uses a different technology to the Sony EyeToy but achieves similar results. iJen can be made to work with other platforms such as the Microsoft XBox & Apple Mac.

SYFi's key beliefs is that the underlying technology could be implemented in a number of industries, including:

? Entertainment / Games
? Education
? Security
? Windows "Alternate Interface" Applications
? And many more. The possibilities are endless

Through partnerships many other industries could benefit.

SYFi have released two demonstrations of its iJen engine, flyswatter where you get the chance to splat up to 50 moving fly's, or airdrums, where you get to play with the drums using nothing more then your hands in free space.

SYFi have also created a motion detection based visualisation plug-in for Nullsoft's Winamp mp3 Player.

The demos, libraries & the Winamp plug-in are available for free and are on the SYFi web site http://www.syfi.co.uk

SYFi's first interactive motion detection based game " iJen-Invaders " is due out in September 2003. stay tuned to our website for more details.





NullSoft's Review of SYFi's iJenAPE

Staff Review 4/5
Motion capture for AVS...requires a webcam A great idea for AVS... uses your webcam to capture motion and render it inside an AVS. Make sure and check out the included readme file before you run this; it's fairly detailed and tells you what you need to know.

Winamp User Opinion: Spencer Walker gave it 4/5
Got a webcam...get this! posted on August 6, 2003 @ 4:39 AM This adds new possibilities to winamp. No more set visualizations, with the camera feed all your visualizations become unique. Good image pick-up, good framerate, minimal extra cpu usage, endless possibilities.... need i say more? Download it, you wont regret it!


 
 
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