Xbox Live Vision

The Xbox Live Vision camera was a video gaming webcam made for the Xbox 360 console. It was announced at E3 2006 and was released in North America on September 19, 2006, Europe and Asia on October 2, 2006, and Japan on November 2, 2006. There are many games which have camera functionality included, some of which are: Uno, TotemBall, Burnout Paradise, Texas Hold'em, Spyglass Board Games, Pinball FX, Hardwood Backgammon, Hardwood Hearts, and Hardwood Spades. The ability to create an in-game representation of a player is possible using this camera and a suitable game, similar to Sony's EyeToy for the PlayStation 2. The retail games Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas and Vegas 2 allow players to create an in-game version of their face with this feature. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit uses the camera to take a profile photo. The dashboard software released on June 13, 2006 added an option in the system tab to support its functions. Four years after its initial release, the camera was succeeded by the Kinect sensor and essentially discontinued.

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