5 Technologies That Will Transform the Gaming Future

Boy in brown sweater playing hand held video game, studio shot

Boy in brown sweater playing hand held video game, studio shot

“Immersion” is the sign for the future of gaming – and the below 5 technologies are going to put you in the act like never before.


#1: Oculus Rift

The Computer graphics (virtual reality) is reappearing in a whopping way, and it’s all because of the “Oculus Rift 3D-gaming specs”. Oculus Rift, one of the most promising Kick starter projects of all the time (it produced the revenue over US$2.4 million), will make use of 2 High Dimension screens, one screen for each eye, and will give a much broader field of view than the ordinary VR goggles of the olden days to certainly make you feel the experience of being inside the game you are playing.


#2: Kinect-compatible 3D glasses

SMI has formed a set of glasses that join active shutter 3D, eye tracking, and head tracking – and they’re well-matched with the Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect as well. Usually, these glasses are practical on steroids, since the eye tracking is aware of what exactly you’re watching at inside the 3D environment and can even make those objects to react according the situation – a process called as “gaze interaction”. For instance, an adventurous game with collaborative objects within the environment that spark or else react when you’re looking directly at them.


#3: Xbox IllumiRoom

IllumiRoom, exhibited by the research wing of Microsoft during the CES of this year, extends the visuals on your TV screen by casting visuals onto the living room’s wall. It must be seen in action that has to be believed in any case, so check out the Internet posts to know more.


#4: Project Holodeck

Another try to pull old school VR thrusting and yelling into the 21st century, the new promising Project Holodeck is a work-in-progress technology that is making your room your VR playpen – and works well with the 2 players.


#5: Leap Motion

It is a motion controller with unbelievable amounts of accurateness: it’s proficient enough to track down the movements of 10 fingers easily in the 3D space. Moreover, it’s inexpensive, open-source and works very well with pretty much any USB or portable device, so it can be revolved to almost any type of task.


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