The exciting launch of Sky Glass television set includes a new camera accessory that will enable viewers to sync content with fellow users and enjoy watch parties.
The optional 4K cameras includes gesture and motion capture support, just like the defunct Kinect sensor designed for Xbox, and will enable users to enjoy video chat on the screen while they’re watching synced content.
So, you can watch Premier League footy with your mates on a Sunday afternoon without the risk of one of you celebrating before the other has seen the goal go in.
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