The 'Pocket Racing 2.0' Racing Cars React to the On-Screen Action

By: Michael Hemsworth - Apr 27, 2016
References: kickstarter & odditymall
Children are playing games on smartphones and tablets more than ever, so the 'Pocket Racing 2.0' Racing Cars are designed to give a physical touch to the experience.

Acting as miniature vehicles that can be driven on-screen, the 'Pocket Racing 2.0' system mixes augmented reality gaming with physical toys. When utilized, the small cars will react to the on-screen action, light up, become damaged and even shake.

The 'Pocket Racing 2.0' Racing Cars are designed to be used individually on tablets and can be played alone or with a partner for races. The toys are currently funding on Kickstarter where early adopters can take advantage of introductory prices of just $38. The system is sure to be a hit with gamers young and old looking for a more enhanced visual and physical experience.