Xtreme Reality VR Headset Will Blow Your Mind

Virtual reality is back in a big way.

We first started to see this Lawnmower Man technology revive itself in Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset that just raised $75M dollars. Canadian-based Sulon Technologies is also bringing VR back to life with their head-mounted gaming console Xtreme Reality. And the demo looks pretty slick.

Xtreme Reality wants to blur the lines between Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality to create what they call a Mixed Reality. Instead of me telling you about it just watch the video - it’ll blow your mind (especially if you are a gamer).

Sulon Techonlogies just took home the Best Advanced Technology award at the Wearable Tech Expo in LA this month. 

AR Will Change the Game - Literally

Video of a TOTAL augmented reality gaming console Total AR which illustrates the power of AR - like the full power of AR. 

AR has been around for a while but it really is wearable devices like this that are going to help merge the physical with the virtual in a way that will disrupt our lives completely.

UMMM why would you watch Independence Day anyway else?

Watch the entire thing! And drool……..

awesome post taken from futurescope:

The FUTURE of TOTAL Augmented Gaming

"Crazy German" shows the first Prototype of a TOTAL augmented reality gaming console. Find us on http://www.total-ar.comand follow us on facebook or twitter @TOTALaugmented

Music by Dope Stars Inc

And “Yes” I am buidling an Oculus Rift version of the Prototype

[via Accelerating Technology & Future Tech]

Ouyabot, an alternative 3D-printable Ouya case
Ouya allows owners to use Makerbot, a 3d Printer, to make their own external cases for this open source gaming system. 
This “Ouyabot” is available as an option in Thingiverse.
via pxl8blog

Ouyabot, an alternative 3D-printable Ouya case

Ouya allows owners to use Makerbot, a 3d Printer, to make their own external cases for this open source gaming system. 

This “Ouyabot” is available as an option in Thingiverse.

via pxl8blog

MakerBot & Ouya have partnered up to allow Ouya gamers to 3D print their own game consoles as part of a celebration of the launch of this Kickstarter gaming system.
The original OUYA enclosure files (lid, case and a spring-load button) are all available on Thingiverse.
The move to make the hardware as open as the software reaffirms the sole mission of OUYA as an open gaming system.

MakerBot & Ouya have partnered up to allow Ouya gamers to 3D print their own game consoles as part of a celebration of the launch of this Kickstarter gaming system.

The original OUYA enclosure files (lid, case and a spring-load button) are all available on Thingiverse.

The move to make the hardware as open as the software reaffirms the sole mission of OUYA as an open gaming system.