'IDNA' Uses Spatial Story Telling for a New Kind of Gaming Experience

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Oct 24, 2013 • References: & digitalbuzzblog
The ‘IDNA’ is a spatial story telling app that turns gaming into a 360-degree experience. Instead of holding the iPad still and interacting with buttons, users are required to move the entire device up, down, left and right to reveal more scenery within the story. The effect is difficult to describe, but it demonstrates itself quite well and would be fairly intuitive once you get started.

The places gamers choose to look influence the story lines that play out over the course of the game, focusing in on a particular character or path.

The interactive story telling experience brings a whole new dimension to gaming, which makes it that much easier to place yourself as a character in the game’s world. Stats for Spatial Tablet Gaming Apps Trending: Older & Mild
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