- Using their new projector technology (IllumiRoom) on the floor or a coffee table
Videos here (check out the note below before watching the videos)
More detailed information can be found here: http://www.patentlya...d-its-wild.html
Source for Note: http://microsoft-new...project-at-ces/
NOTE: Our system uses the appearance and the geometry of the room (captured by Kinect) to adapt the projected visuals in real-time without any need to custom pre-process the graphics. What you see in the videos below has been captured live and is not the result of any special effects added in post production.
- Using Kinect 2.0 which is improved movement and can now detect fingers and can work with and scan much smaller spaces and environments
- Using (OPTIONAL) Wireless 3-D Glasses (This would be optional, but you could see the projection in 3-D, while interacting using Kinect 2.0)
Would basically look like this PlayStation Vita Augmented reality demo, but in real life and not looking through a small screen.
It would not be used for demos but games that were made for it by mainstream developers and also Indie developers
1) Question: Do you think that if casuals saw something like this, that they would go out and buy it?
2) Question: As a hardcore game player, would you buy something like this for the right price?