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If you have been thinking the same question as both a fan of consoles and Skype – and now you want to combine the two – it’s worth knowing that under the Skype terms of use, Skype will keep your video messages and store all history for up to 90 days.Both: Uncredited female office staff (early appearances)Jack Wagner (1985)Judith Searle (1986)Chip: James Mac Donald (1947-1960)Helen Seibert (1952)Tress Mac Neille (1988-present)Dale: Dessie Flynn (1947-1960)Corey Burton (1988-present)Tress Mac Neille (1999-2006)Chip: Clever, responsible, optimistic, positive, fearless, active, talkative, stubborn, a bubble-burster Dale: Lazy, dim-witted, sensitive, anxious, insecure, remorseful Both: Mischievous, bubbly, fun-loving, playful, goofy, brave, adventurous, clumsy, comical, silly, zany, energetic, smart, lovable, tricksters Chip: Slender chipmunk, black "chocolate chip" nose, light brown fur (television and animation appearances) and/or dark brown fur (Disney theme parks promotional material), fedora and a brown bomber jacket (in Rescue Rangers)Dale: Slender chipmunk, red nose, 2 big teeth, lighter brown fur (in Japanese art), red and yellow Hawaiian shirt (in Rescue Rangers)Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Daisy Duck, Donald Duck (occasionally), Pluto (occasionally), Gadget Hackwrench, Clarice, Zipper, Monterey Jack, Humphrey the Bear, Foxglove, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Scrooge Mc Duck Chip and Dale are a pair of cunning and mischievous chipmunks.Although the duo have similar looks and rarely appear separately, they each have distinct personalities and a few distinguishing physical features.Created by Oliver Kreylos of UC Davis, the hack uses two Kinect cameras to create the 3D representation and a Wiimote for "head tracking." The quality isn't great, but apparently there's a fix in the works.This Kinect hack adds to other demonstrations of creativity we've seen since the peripheral launched over a month ago, which include vehicular, musical and titillating examples of what the tech can do outside of its first batch of games.

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