EyeToy: Play is a video game for the PlayStation 2, released in 2003. It was the first game to make use of the PlayStation 2’s video camera accessory, EyeToy. The game was initially packaged with the EyeToy when the accessory was first released. It features twelve mini-games to choose from. This game, and all other EyeToy titles, are played by moving one’s body. The motion is detected by the USB camera. The software recognizes pixel changes in the video image and compares the proximity of the change to other game objects to play the game. Users who get a high score get to take a photo to tease other players.
A cool new gaming idea needs some cool games to play on it. So have a look at EyeToy: Play, the first game made exclusively for EyeToy, a motion sensitive camera that sits on top of your TV and plugs into your PlayStation 2. EyeToy: Play is a collection of 12 addictive games. With Kung Foo, puzzles, dancing, juggling, football, boxing, fireworks, and loads more, there are enough games here to keep you all laughing at each other for hours.