As you can tell by reviewing our dating history on OkCupid, we love getting together with people. And by “people, ” we mean “companies.” Which are usually run by people. So, yeah: people!
The latest company of people to fall under our lecherous gaze (professionally lecherous, OK?) is OUYA, the maker of an open-source gaming console that runs on Android. You might remember OUYA from its wild Kickstarter success: its funding goal was reached in 8 hours and the campaign eventually raised $8.5 million.
One of the coolest things about OUYA, besides the fact that at one point they had over 8 million dollars to spend on candy, is that anyone can make games for it. And when people buy those games, the creator gets paid. It enables anyone to be creative, and be rewarded for it. Genius!
The svelte console is now available to everyone for 99 beans, and we are psyched to announce that you can find Vimeo on OUYA. Our free app enables you to use the console to watch videos on your giant TV. You’ll also find the Vimeo player on OUYA’s game developer pages, where it’s used to showcase trailers, behind-the-scenes footage, and other ridiculously cool content made by game creators.
Say it with us now: Booyah, we’re on OUYA!