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“Microsoft test streaming of Xbox games for PC browsers’
Microsoft is reportedly working on tests to Xbox 360 and Xbox One games through Azure and wifi streaming to different browsers on PCs, laptops and tablets. The games would run at nearly 60 frames per second.
Last month, Microsoft announced that a technology has been developed that the adverse effects of compounds with high latency must decrease. In a paper researchers explain that one of the possibilities to reduce lag is to predict what the player is going to do based on his previous behavior by the system. There is an error correction in the so-called DeLorean case the system is wrong. From test results with DeLorean would prove that the technology gamers in the shooter Doom 3 die more slowly.
Microsoft seems now working to implement in a possible new streaming gaming service DeLorean: Neowin reports based on anonymous sources that the software giant has already managed to make Xbox 360 games with 60fps in different browsers on PCs and tablets playable. The dashboard of the Xbox 360 would be operated through the browser. The technology also should be to Xbox One titles to stream suitable. This would be done through Microsoft’s Azure cloud environment and wifi.
Despite progress Microsoft has yet to take a number of hurdles before it can proceed with the introduction of a widely accessible commercial service with many playable titles. Thus, the company would have to negotiate with game publishers to law technically allowed to stream to other devices games. It is also unclear what bandwidth is minimum necessary.Viewing:-163
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