Watch out! Sony is taking a note from Microsofts playbook and has created their own version of Microsoft's Kinect and implemented the Move's functionality with it. While Sony didn't speak up about the new Eye at first, Desctructoid managed to nab a word with SCE President Shuhei Yoshida to talk about the PS4's version of the PS Eye to see what it was capable of.
The PS4 Eye uses two HD steroscopic cameras capable of placing bodies and controllers it sees in a 3D space and it can even take 3D pictures and could prove useful in augmented reality games. Both eyes can even focus on two different tasks such as recording HD videos with one eye and tracking movement with the other. The Eye will apparently be able to adjust the screen display to match where you are sitting for those who sit at odd angles.
The PS4 Eye even uses a microphone with directional sensors to determine where a voice is coming from to focus on the speaker and block out unwanted noise. It is even capable of taking voice commands like the Kinect, but Sony isn't exactly telling us all we want to know and is remaining hush-hush on the topic.