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Submitted by Electro_UK 288d ago | video

Realistic Lightsaber Combat Displayed in new STEM Video

VRFocus - If there’s one dream that almost every virtual reality (VR) enthusiasts and developer has had it must be a lightsaber VR experience. To capture the feeling of wielding the iconic weapon from the Star Wars franchise has long been a goal many have tried to reach and VR technology, paired with motion controls, represents the best opportunity yet to replicate it. Clearly Sixense, the company behind the STEM motion controllers for VR experiences, realises this. (PC, Sixense Entertainment, STEM Motion Controller)

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Consoldtobots  +   288d ago
how about an actual saber battle instead of the training orbs
phello  +   287d ago
Really really, that's your first comment. Do you not think this looks amazing?
Ripco_Keller  +   287d ago
Looks sweet.
gamegenieny  +   287d ago
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This is so epic. Looks like a good base to start from, next we'll have saber battles. Just..... WOW !

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