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Submitted by s8anicslayer 166d ago | interview

Peering into the future of augmented reality games

Wearable tech is in its infancy, but for those living on the cutting edge of mobile technology, it's absolutely irresistible. Some believe it will be integral to the future of how we play games -- and as part of our virtual reality and advanced I/O week, Gamasutra spoke to several of those behind the first wave of wearable tech and augmented reality games. (castAR, Dev, Google Glass, John Hanke, Matt Kitchales, Meta, PC, Tech, Unni Narayanan)

ravinash  +   166d ago
It's all fun and games till someone gets hit by a car.
DeathOfTheFanBoy  +   166d ago
This is indeed true. FACT.
GentlemenRUs  +   166d ago
And that is why I'll keep my VR gaming in the house ;)

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