Indian Graduate in US creates and plays Mario level in real life
The graduate used HoloLens to play and record the video from his point of view
In a statement to UploadVR, Singh talked about some of the challenges faced in his endeavour. “I also had to model all the assets and elements of the game and at times rethink the experience and gameplay to work in a real-world 3D setting. The most time was probably spent on tweaking the game to work in a large outdoor environment. It still has a few quirks but is definitely playable.”
If anything, the video shows a glimpse of how much of a potentially exciting future AR has. As Pokemon Go has previously shown, such efforts could completely change the landscape of video gaming in the future and make video games more of an outdoor activity.
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