In the past, projection mapping worked only from a single, static view point, and thus was very limited. By attaching the PlayStation Move to the camera, we can track projections to screens in real time, enhancing the effect of spatial deformation and false perspective on the projections and allowing viewers to look round (virtual) corners,
A delirious publicity for the new product of Sony, the lever of detection of movements PlayStation Move. A communication on the tone of humour thanks to the presence of Kevin Butler, the imaginary VP of the group. [Source: fubiz]
Experience the epic sequel to the 2009 Game of the Year from the critically acclaimed makers of Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2. You are one of the few who escaped the destruction of your home. Now, forced to fight for survival in an ever-changing world, you must gather the deadliest of allies, amass
Video games offer us a chance to escape into a place where our imagination comes alive. This ability to escape from the realities of our lives is the reason why the video game industry has such massive success and growth. With video games, the sky is the limit. Creativity is encouraged and game designers and
PS3 games included here have sold or shipped at least one million copies. Technology has made incredible improvements to video games, the visual quality and the sheer power under the hoods of the game consoles of today is nothing to laugh about. [Source: Blaberize]
Forget all your Playstation 3s. Forget your Playstation 3 thin models with multiple lovely colors, forget even the earlier design by this same designer, Tai Chiem, that PSP 2 concept he whipped up last year, no! Check this thang out. It’s the Playstation 4. Tai Chiem’s Playstation 4 concept: that’s how you know it’s wild.
Videogames are one of the most popular forms of media today, because they allow interaction between the user and the virtual environment. Combined with the power of computer graphics, there are limitless possibilities for the creativity of videogames. There are role playing games, first person shooters, adventure games, flight simulators, movie to videogame adaptations, real
Teaser trailers for newly announced titles never fail to get E3 audiences buzzing: There’s nothing like a 30-second snippet of carefully cut gameplay footage (or even totally faked CGI) to foster excitement about games that won’t be available for at least another year. These 10 trailers knocked our socks off at this year’s E3. [Source:
Just bought Resident Evil 5…can’t wait to go home and check out its graphics. I still remember that I got scared of playing the first gen at afei’s place. The new one “supposely” is not that scary and more focus on the play style. The co-op feature should be fun and great!
Again…just got my 3rd PS3 game: Killzone 2. Also got a bluetooth headset for it so I can chat with my friends in game. I am an enthusiastic Counter-Stirke player since 1st year of college life until now. 1st personal shooting plus online multi player environment is just the killer combo…every male gamer will fall
This may be an interesting concept for a controller, but I can’t figure out what the point of it is. What’s the benefit of being about to twist the two sides of your controller around? Apparently, it’s designed as another way to control what’s on the screen. You twist the controller, the dude on the
SF IV is my 2nd PS3 game. SF plays an unforgettable role in my childhood memory that I used to play with other teens in a smoky arcade room a “decade” ago…And I believe this new release will rock 2! Several of my friends already purchased this game and we are ready to battle each