How do you spice up the traditionally unexciting projector market? You take your finest laser projector, with its “infinite focus” skills, pair it with a weapon-styled motion controller, and you offer FPS gamers the opportunity to get out of their seats and perform their murdering sprees as nature intended. So Microvision thinks, and we’ve no doubt that the prototype being demonstrated over at the Intel Extreme Masters will be fulfilling a few fanboy dreams, but we’re more interested in how it all works. If you remember the GameGun (and who could forget that mullet?), this’ll be familiar territory: the projector reacts to movements of the controller so that the game view tracks your real world view, lending the experience a bona fide 3D feel.Share on Facebook
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