|[January 09, 2013]
Extreme Reality Demonstrates the World's First Body Motion Game Bundle Using 2D Cameras at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show
LAS VEGAS --(Business Wire)--
For the first time in the consumer electronics market, Extreme Reality
will demonstrate three full-body motion game titles for multiple
platforms, all using only a standard 2D camera, including various
devices such as PCs, TV, tablets and various operating systems such as
Windows and Android.
In conjunction with the collaborations with Samsung (News - Alert), Extreme Reality
will demonstrate three exciting full-body motion games that are playable
without 3D cameras or consoles. All three games can be played using
existing 2D cameras on platforms traditionally excluded from the
The bundle includes these full-body motion games:
PandaMania - Dance game developed by Extreme Reality
Top Smash - Tennis game from Side-Kick Motion Gaming
Beat Booster - Racing and adventure game from Current Circus
Extreme Reality will demonstrate its entire motion-gaming bundle on
multiple platforms including Windows and Android (News - Alert)-based systems in booth
25500 at the LVCC South Hall 2 (Gaming Hall).
The motion game with standard 2D camera concept will be demonstrated
also in Samsung's booth (LVCC Central Hall, booth 12004).
To speak with a representative of Extreme Reality or schedule a private
demonstration at CES (News - Alert) in Las Vegas, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit us at our booth (LVCC South Hall 2, booth 25500).
About Extreme Reality
Established in 2005, Extreme Reality, also known as XTR3D, is a
privately held company based in Herzlia, Israel. The company is the
developer of the patented Extreme UI gesture control and Extreme Motion
full-body 3D motion capture software. Supported by strong intellectual
property, this powerful technology allows any consumer electronic device
to enable full-body 3D motion capture using a standard 2D camera. This
software can be implemented on any platform, turning any consumer
electronic device into a full-body motion-controlled game system. For
more information, visit http://www.xtr3d.com.
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