ozhat-ltd.com Review:



Özhat İç ve Dış Tic.Ltd.Şti - Uzmanlık alanımız sadece yedek parça, Rekabet ortamında en uygun fiyat ve teslim süresi ile 2006 dan beri hizmenizdeyiz.

  • http://ozhat-ltd.com/ozhat_markalar/ Endüstriyel Yedek Parça Tedariği Türkiye - Her türlü makineye ait yedek parça , bakım amaçlı kullanılan değişen parçalar, sarf malzemeleri tedariği
  • http://ozhat-ltd.com/ozhat_iletisim/ İletişim - Bize Ulaşın - Hizmetlerimiz hakkında soru ve görüşleriniz için dilediğiniz anda bizimle iletişime geçebilirsiniz.

    Country:, Europe, FR

    City: 3.1746 North, France

  • Phillip - Nice not to pay full price for a new book

    It came in good condition. With the constant changing codes, this is the way to keep up with the required updates.

  • Gabe K - Ubisoft Dropped the Ball Regarding PS4 Child Recognition - Very Frustrating for Kids

    PS4 camera tracking leaves quite a bit to be desired. I do not fault the camera as the Playroom works well, and it recognizes the user's faces without issue @ login. Obviously this was not programmed with those less than 4ft in height in mind as the tracking is very hit or miss. It is rather frustrating to simply start a dance session as it needs to identify you before it starts playing the song/dance and it frequently simply cannot detect who the "blob" is that it sees - even when moving around to try to get it to detect who you are. This should have a user override capability, but it does not. This means if it does not "see" you, there will be no song/dance! Terrible design. It does detect adults much better than children, but it sill misses adults at times as well. **The game should have a camera user set-up phase where it learns the user's height, shape and profile at various angles. I'd imagine this would GREATLY improve the tracking of the dancers as well and would take all of 2 mins to accomplish. It's too bad Ubisoft failed to create this fully utilizing the camera's capabilities.....I would think they could make improvements via software updates, but I won't hold my breath. *Bottom line, don't make a product marketed primarily to children and then use 6ft adults as your test subjects!!