AMA LTD will be showing off two games for Android this week during Paris Games Week. The first will be the Android version of Qautro, a strategy board game that has done really good so far with a million units sold, and EyeSports, the company’s second release specifically for Google Glass.
Tag: Google Glass
Yesterday Google posted a video about a few games they made to entice developers to make more games for their Google Glass device. However the wearable technology has plenty of hurdles that are starting to creep up and the newest ones are states here in the USA banned the device for a few reasons.
While Google still works on getting Google Glass ready for official public consumption, the company has decided to build five games for the wearable technology in the hopes that it will encourage developers to make more games for it. Before now there have been a few games made for Google Glass but that is about it.
While we unfortunately do not have a Google Glass unit ourselves, the folks at Mashable do happen to have one and also happened to be in attendance at E3 2013. So while wandering the show floor during the event, they decided to record a tour of everything through Google Glass.
While there is no absolutely known example of what gaming could look like through Google Glasses, although we can certainly guess, this video shows how it could look. This is, of course, hypothetical and even if it does come true would be way in the future.
Earlier this week, Google publicly revealed a potentially revolutionary product it’s currently calling Project Glass. Project Glass is a pair of augmented reality glasses that displays tons of information above your eye. It basically performs many of the functions of a smartphone such as displaying text messages, taking photos and engaging in video calls.
Google was rumored to be working some kind of futuristic wearable technology for quite some time. Today, the company has finally revealed what the minds inside Google [x] have been working on. Project Glass is an initiative to create technology that is even more a part of our everyday lives than anything ever seen before.