Skip to comments.Augmented reality puts players into video game action
Posted on 06/15/2014 3:17:43 PM PDT by BenLurkin
A street luge rider races down a winding mountain road, zips under a truck and through a curve and into the path of an oncoming car.
The vulnerable rider whips his upper body to one side in a futile bid to evade impact.
The world goes red, then he harmlessly passes through the auto in a video game that made play visceral using Sony "Morpheus" virtual reality headgear paired with a PlayStation 4 console.
Moments earlier, the player was a knight wielding swords and maces outside a castle, before a dragon swooped down and ate him.
Putting players into game worlds using new technology such as Morpheus or Oculus headgear was a featured trend at the major E3 video game gathering that wrapped here on Thursday.
"Who doesn't want to be a knight slashing in armor and firing a cross bow?" Sony Computer Entertainment chief Andrew House asked while happily recounting his first time in the Morpheus demo taking place behind closed doors at the show
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Skyrim. If you choose to.
What would be the fun in that?
I’ll look into it. Thanks!
Clarification. You can interact with dozens and dozens of people for uncounted hours without violence. BUT if you want to ‘win’ the game per se, there is much killing to be done.
It can be done.
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