Razer has this week announced a brand new webcam that has been designed specifically for use with gamers and streamers, dubbed the Stargazer, it is a webcam that uses Intel’s RealSense SR300 imaging sensor to provide extra streaming tools.

The sensor also provides a 720p resolution at 60fps, matching the frame rate that is used in a lot of games, but it can also be set to provide 1080p video at 30 fps.

What’s more the webcam has an automatic noise cancelling dual array mic, and thanks to the RealSense technology, it can offer dynamic tools to make your video/ stream more professional.

One example of that is the dynamic background removal features that can automatically cut the background from your video, without the need for a physical green screen, a feature that works with the broadcasting services OBS, XSplit and Razer Cortex: Gamecaster.

The camera can also track up to 78 points of your face, and 22 points on each hand, which allows the user to launch applications with a wave of their hand, or unlock their computer just by looking at the webcam.

The camera can also capture 3D scans and export those images to a 3D printer.

The Razer Stargazer will be available in Q2 2016 for $200.

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