Xbox offers connection to InternetExplorer for $60/yr. Does anyone have this connection, and if so - is it possible to watch live interweb race feeds on your TV?
Live Race Feeds via Xbox360?
I have an HDMI card in my desktop and plug it into my TV. Don't see why it wouldn't work your way?For all the good they've done me, I might as well have stuck them up my arse. - Mark Renton
I just asked my 13-y.o. about this. He says unless Microsoft has changed their pricing, the $60 is for XBox Live (VOIP w/headset so you can talk with yer homies while playing Black Ops II). He downloaded IE8 for free, but hasn't tried running it. He has run video feeds (I'm assuming w/IE7) that are flash enabled, and thinks quality is pretty good. If he needs apps or extras, he goes out and buys Microsoft Points w/money he makes from the foto shoots we work. Make sure you have an upgraded internet connection of at least 20Mb/sec and probably 30Mb if you are going to use XBox or XBox Live - it makes a world of difference in quality!Life is too short to be small. - Disraeli
So, why not be petty? - The Short White Guy™
If it's possible to watch live feeds on Xbox, then someone should write a program for Kinect so you could virtually enter the race based on your trainer power output data etc. That'd be a whole new experience.The wise man said follow me...and he walked behind.
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