A game like this booted up on a dark night when you’re completely alone seems like a sure-fire way to shit your pants.
Google Glass isn't just for hands-free computing and getting dirty looks from folks who think you're filming them. Google thinks it's a good gaming platform as well, and its engineers have built five simple games, hoping others will start thinking in that direction, too.
Bandai's Carddas series of kiddy card games is going AR. Its newest One Piece and Kamen Rider cards are AR enabled and can be played with an iPhone.
When the Nintendo 3DS is looking for an AR Card to start a game, it isn't searching for or recognizing its specific image-it's recognizing a color, and then spawning whatever comes next off of that. To prove this, AR enthusiast Super Jezmerelda created cards with the question-box design cut out, then framed certain…
Everyone's testing the limits of the Nintendo 3DS augmented reality games, but it does seem that if you can replicate one of the cards it uses - preferably the question-mark box - you can start the game from anywhere, whether it's on the screen of an iPhone or, now, a white board.
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The 3DS uses small credit-card sized augmented reality (AR) cards for the title AR Games, but Nintendo is currently developing AR cards that are able to reproduce life-sized characters. Here Nintendo president Satoru Iwata poses with his jumbo Mii. Japan's Club Nintendo members will get the chance to snag special…
That is, if you live in Japan. Nintendo is rolling out its Nintendo World 2011 next year in Chiba, Japan. The Kyoto-based company has a list of titles that will be playable for those over six. You're over six, right?