Finally! Windows drivers for PSEye!

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    Thanks, been waiting on these.

    Edit: They seem to work great in Skype.
     
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    Saw that a few days ago, only just got my eyetoy so didn't realise it was news :lol:

    Hope he creates a version for x64 systems soon though.
     
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    He takes out the IR filter so that the camera can see IR, then he places a filter over the lens that blocks out the rest of the spectrum. The purpose for doing this is multitouch applications.

    He's got a setup that shoots IR lasers over a glass surface, with the camera pointing up at the surface from underneath. A video projector is also underneath, projecting the display onto the glass for him to interact with. When he touches the glass, his fingertips break the IR beams and show up as a dark spot to the camera (or as light spots after processing). Then he can capture those points as input for multitouch applications (think iPhone or Microsoft Surface).
     
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    Ah! Thanks, I missed that.
     
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    Time to give this the old bumpty bump....

    He's implemented an x64 driver now.
     
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    Well i finally got my ps3eye. Can anyone get it to work in stickam.com? The ps3eye test app it came with works but not in stickam. Also everytime I reboot it doesn't detect the ps3eye I have to unplug and replug it for the PC to detect it.

    Edit: Used an older driver stickam works fine now.
     
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    Has anyone gotten this to work in Win7?
     
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    Finally got it to work in Win7.
    Btw the microphone quality is really good I'm using it for online games.
     
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