How do you feel when watching a film on a screen no longer excite your cinephile senses despite the latest 3D HD video? You look for other ways and technologies that can satisfy you cinephile senses.The good news is, Augmented Reality is here to offer you the experience that will completely change the way you watch movies.
Viewers can experience and interact with the movie (i.e. set, action, characters) in real-time. That’s why the future of movie industry coupled with augmented reality look exciting.Large-screen AR/MR set-up can be used as digital mirrors where viewers are live captured side by side with AR content. Now you can stand right next to T-rex or take a ride to the moon.
Now let’s talk about the future for AR which is actually already happening now: AR wearables.Transparent glasses (think Google Glasses) which allow you to see 2D/3D content overlaid in your own real/live environment without having to look through the lens of a smartphone or tablet. What does this mean for entertainment? It means roller coaster rides amplified with digital content yet within a real space surrounding, fun ways to entertain guests whilst waiting in endless lines, practical ways of informing guests of a specific ride (speed, height etc.) and so much more.
An augmented reality game often superimposes a precreated environment on top of a user’s actual environment. Pokémon GO, considered the breakthrough AR app for gaming, uses a smartphone’s camera, gyroscope, clock and GPS and to enable a location-based augmented reality environment. Another example,Young Conker, has users essentially leading a smartass squirrel via one’s gaze, collecting coins and evading enemies.
The HoloLens will scan and construct the level based on the your room you’re playing in and the objects inside it. A completely different level for each different room. Sounds cool?.. Anyway you look at it, AR gaming is gearing up to be a game changer for the gaming industry. interested in building a game? Or a mini game to increase your brand experience? Just drop us a text.