Laser VR is a real gaming concept for mobile devices. In conjunction with a projector and laser pointer you can have your device project interactive content on the big screen and control it with a simple laser. The idea is simple: Your mobile device projects a screen through a projector and at the same time looks at the projected screen waiting for a laser pointer to do something.
If I’ve lost you, heres a cute little game to play that should show the concept better than I can explain it, its called Laser VR Alpha Range.
In Alpha Range all you are doing is shooting down red glowing orbs, with a laser pointer….. Off your wall…. Or ceiling if you can
There is a simpler mode where you can just tap the orbs on your iPhone display instead of using your wall, but wheres the fun in that?
If you’re a real cowboy gamer go and grab a tripod, a projector, a laser pointer and a blank wall and play Alpha Range, ON THE WALL!!!
In this mode gameplay is fairly simple, your device projects the orbs on the wall and you shoot them down with the laser pointer, cool right?
This is mostly a concept game, but its quite fun once you have everything working right.
If you already have the iPhone, a tripod and a projector then you won’t mind the price for the game. Lets help support the developer and push to get more and matured games like this out on the AppStore
Laser VR Alpha Range
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Celluon’s Magic Cube Keyboard (Available on Amazon for $169.99) is a laser keyboard that can be projected on any flat surface. This very cool and useful keyboard can be paired with just about any and all devices that have bluetooth including mac, pc, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and android devices. I have been mainly using it with my iOS devices because the hardware keyboard on my MacBook is a bit more practical. But when paired with an iPad or iPhone most will experience a much better typing experience so long as your willing to try.
The keyboard is fairly easy to use except for one thing that baffles me is that the period is in the most stupid place I have ever seen on a keyboard located toward the top right as if it were a minimally used keystroke. Although when the “press spacebar twice to add a period” is enabled in iOS it isn’t so bad but i use periods in other ways that this keyboard makes difficult. Other than that the keyboard is incredibly responsive contrary to what you might think at first glance. From what i have gathered looking at the manual and the device itself it works by shining and infrared light on the table where your fingers will hit then some sort of camera that is in the center picks up your strokes, and of course just some type of laser is at the top to actually display the keys. When first using the keyboard it takes some getting used to because of the fact you cant really rest your fingers anywhere but they can be very very close. The keyboard wont really pick up strokes until you actually touch the projected key which is pretty cool because you would think it would pick up the wrong keys all the time just because your fingers hovered passed it. Also the keyboard is sort of useful to most people because to me it is easy to use along with my friend who are good with computers but when put into the hands of a slow typer or just someone that is intimidated by the keyboard it doesn’t work well because they don’t really understand the concept. But overall it has been very practical and I use it frequently in place of my virtual keyboard in iOS. Go pick one up and tell us what you think of it in the comments!
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