There are a lot of new things about the new Brio camera in Gatlingburg, the capital of Kentucky, which the company said Tuesday will soon be home to the world’s first real live gaming webcam.
The new webcam will be powered by Nvidia’s latest GeForce graphics chips, with 1080p HD video resolution.
The company is also adding a few new features that will be available to the Gatlinberg Live webcam, which will be a new feature of the webcam.
It will be the first live gaming camera in the U.S. to have a webcam in its house.
The webcam will also have a new remote control that allows users to control the camera remotely, the company announced.
The Brio will have a built-in speaker, but it will be able to record video from the wall, or on the ceiling, and it will also be able record from other rooms.
It has been designed to be a little more accessible than the existing webcam, but will still be quite small.
The Gatlinburys new gaming webcam will have 1080p video resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio.
The gaming webcam can record 4K video.
Gatlinburg Mayor Mike Brickell said that the webcam will “give people more than just gaming” as well as being a good way to make friends and get some great photos.
“We’re going to have one of the most interactive video sites in the country, so we’re excited to see what the future brings,” Brickels said.
“The BRIO has already shown what can be done with video, and with its new technology we can bring that experience to a whole new audience.”
It will be up to the owners of the BRIo to decide whether they want to add the new feature, or if they will have to put the webcam in a private home.
The idea behind the new webcam is to help gamers in the area.
“It’s going to be something that we can do with our friends and family, and I think it’s something that will really draw people to this community,” said Brickel.
“I think it will really help make the community more attractive.”