Today’s webcams are okay for chatting with friends, relatives and co-workers on Skype, but if you want a supreme gaming experience, you won’t be too happy with them. Luckily, the world’s most advanced webcam, Razer Stargazer RealSense 3D Camera is coming soon. This camera has just been introduced at CES 2016 and it promises the highest frame-rate capture so far. Other features this innovative camera offers are dynamic background removal, 3D scanning and facial/gesture recognition. The practical flexible clip makes this camera easily attachable to laptops and desktop monitors.
The Razer RealSense Camera is the first camera that’s going to meet all the demands of game streamers and broadcasters today. This ultra-high frame rate webcam can process 60 frames per second (720p max) so we’ll be able to enjoy lifelike video quality. Another great feature is the automatic noise cancelling. The next generation features of the camera are incorporated thanks to the Intel RealSense technology. This technology is only available for Windows 10, it connects through a 3.0 USB port and features the Intel 6th Generation Core processor.
With the Razer Stargazer webcam, you can now remove or switch your background entirely without the costly and space-consuming green screens. Achieving a professional-grade stream has never been as easy. The advanced depth-sensing technology of this webcam enables you to remove the background easily, create more viewing space for the game and make the whole experience a lot more engaging for the viewers. The highly accurate algorithms for facial recognition and gesture recognition make your computing a futuristic experience.
You’ll be able to unlock your computer using Windows Hello, play gesture-enabled games and even start applications with a simple wave of the hand. The Razer RealSense 3D Camera really takes you to the next level. The 3D scanning option is an entirely new feature in the world of desktop cameras. It enables gamers to scan their faces into their favorite game characters; game developers will be able to port scanned objects into Unity for further enhancements while designers can promptly prepare files for 3D printing. [via]
Check out the video below to see this webcam in action:
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