3d gaming

  • Gaming On The iPhone 6 Plus

    The iPhone 6 Plus Is Great For Gamers

    With the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has stepped into the “phablet” category by scaling the hardware of the 6 up while (in some ways) scaling the software from the iPad down. The result is a device that you can use all day to do some of the quick tasks we always do on our phones while also consuming media as you would on a tablet. Read More

  • Nettlebox Is A $28,000 Hologram Rig That Lets You View Real-Time 3D From All Angles

    Nettlebox Is A $28,000 Hologram Rig That Lets You View Real-Time 3D From All Angles

    Russian startup Nettle, which is based in the Skolkovo Tech City area, is showing off a $28,000 holographic gaming set-up at TechCrunch Disrupt SF’s hardware alley. The Nettlebox rig consists of a 3D plasma display, with four fisheye lens infrared cameras sited at the corners to track the position of the gamer — who wears a pair of 3D glasses with two infrared lights on board. Read More

  • Texas Instruments targets 3D gaming with Softkinetic-Optrima gesture recognition SDK

    [Belgium] Earlier this week, 3D gesture recognition software developer Softkinetic and VUB university spin-off company Optrima, inventor of patented 3D sensing technology announced a joint venture offering what they say is the most complete 3D depth-sensing imaging and gesture recognition interface solution on the market. It’s available now, and is being offered to OEMs as an… Read More