The system that Uber is considering would see self-driving car’s sensor data able to generate a unique virtual environment for the rider to experience. This could for example be an action videogame that synchronizes with the motion of the car itself, creating an rail shooter title that could be enjoyed as the ride travels to their destination.
This system could also be used to help reduce the amount of motion sickness that comes from VR when using a motion based product.
Jurassic World Alive looks like Pokémon Go but with giant dinosaurs
“Players discover dinosaurs by locating them on a map and deploying an in-game drone to collect DNA samples,” developer Ludia explains. You’ll also be able to snap a photo with your favorite dinosaurs, level up the beasts you capture, and, unlike in Pokémon Go, you’ll be able to battle them with other players.
The game’s map screen, as shown in the debut trailer, even looks a lot like Niantic’s Pokémon AR game. Ludia previously developed a pair of park management-style Jurassic Park games for mobile.
Red Cross AR App Takes You Deep into the Life of a Child Plagued by International Warfare
It’s difficult to describe the entire experience without spoiling it. In short, the iPhone app takes you through several stages of the child’s life (as represented by the room and its items) as that child’s life is affected by local warfare.
The entire experience is enhanced by the use of 3D audio, which increases the feeling of immersion in the child’s room.
Sponsored by one of Japan’s most popular chewy candies, the incredibly unnecessary VR headset comes equipped with a robotic arm that automatically feeds users the tasty treat while a young schoolgirl (shocker) feeds you simultaneously in VR.
‘Yahoo! MAP’ for iOS Now Has AR Navigation Mode in Japan
A blue path appears, giving you white arrows to indicate the direction you should travel. Footprints (and also sometimes ‘paw prints’) will follow you as you make your way to your destination. Sign posts showing distance remaining also appear periodically to show you how many meters are left in your journey.