EB Games Expo 2011: PlayStation Vita AR Technology and Reality Fighters Demos
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Producer Jon McLaughlin shows the EB Games Expo crowd some seriously impressive AR technology on the PlayStation Vita, including wide area augmented reality and makerless AR! Plus, he walks us through all the things you can do in Reality Fighters!
from GameBoy back in the day, to this.....technology has come a loooooong way. this is only the begining, my opinion...
I have a 3DS. Soon I'll have a Vita too,and conquer the handheld gaming world! I can't wait to look like an idiot running screaming down my street from a T-Rex that isn't there. I really hope game devs get into what Nintendo and Sony are pushing with AR. That'll help their systems to stand out from the stupid smartphone crowd. AR is the future of gaming,not smartphones.
looks awesome i hope that this takes of instead of 3d or motion control! p.s. there better be monster hunter augmented reality i wanna be saving new york from a giant dragon who's with me?
love ar and sonys really doing it right, i just HOPE that the game devlopers deside to use this tech rather than shun it.