Here is some more of the PSP remote play at work. The basic premise is that the PSP can, whenever attached to any network reach and turn on a paired PS3 anywhere in the world. This is also useful in the home when your predlets are watching kids tv but you want to get at some of the content.
Here though is a film I created on the PS3 on boxing day. Using the eye toy camera and eye create (a video editing/capture application) it has a load of effects in this case it was the time lapse of some present unwrapping.
So the movie is created on the PS3 and then streaming to the PSP.
Even better now though some of the playstation network titles are PSP compatible. i.e. You download a version of an old classic like PS wipeout, the game that started the next gen revolution way back. You can play this in full on your PS3 screen, or you can have the play streamed to the PSP. At least I think it is streamed. In some respects you cant tell if its an emulator on the PSP that loads the data from the PS3 or the PS3 rendering and sending. Given the main desktop and videos are streamed as images I think we can guess :-)
It is also a pity that everything does not work like this, after all if its just streaming images then why not have a go at anything, like PS3 Home
Come on Sony!
Also I am rather dissapointed that having got the latest PSP firmware to get ready for Skype on the PSP it turns out the Skype function will only work on the new thin and light PSP's not the original (and identical) regular fat PSP's. There is some basic messaging but not skype. Seems a bit odd really.
All we need now is wireless hotspots that are economic to use eveywhere.