Amidst all the hype over recent developments in virtual reality, this augmented reality shooting game might capitalize on all the excitement surrounding the new Star Wars movie. Uploaded by mixed reality company Trixi Studios, new test footage indicates how AR can be used to interact with physical components.
The demonstration contains Star Wars-inspired characters like stormtroopers, Boba Fett and The Force Awakens's BB-8 droid in a shooting game. According to Trixi Studios, the footage was "captured live, and recorded directly on the Project Tango tablet device ... No post editing was later done to the video imagery."
The footage shows where the future of augmented reality could evolve and is an excellent example of how Google's Project Tango could be applied.
The Footage of the Star Wars-Themed Shooting Game Shows Potential
1. Augmented Reality Gaming - The development of augmented reality shooting games, like the Star Wars-themed game from Trixi Studios, show potential for immersive gaming experiences.
2. Interaction with Physical Components - The use of augmented reality technology to interact with physical objects in games, as showcased in the Trixi Studios footage, opens up opportunities for innovative gaming experiences.
3. Integration of Virtual and Physical Realities - The demonstration of AR technology, such as the Star Wars shooting game, highlights the potential for seamlessly blending virtual and physical elements to create compelling gaming experiences.
1. Gaming Industry - The advancements in augmented reality gaming demonstrated by Trixi Studios present disruptive innovation opportunities for the gaming industry to create more immersive and interactive gaming experiences.
2. Tech Industry - The integration of augmented reality technology, as seen in the Star Wars game footage, presents disruptive innovation opportunities for the tech industry to develop new AR gaming platforms and devices.
3. Entertainment Industry - The use of augmented reality in creating interactive and immersive entertainment experiences, demonstrated by the Star Wars shooting game, opens up disruptive innovation opportunities for the entertainment industry.