The call for Virtual Reality is officially on. After the launch in 2012 of the Oculus Rift - one of the first augmented reality devices of its kind - this new technology had its long awaited debut in the world of video games just a few days ago.
During the last GDC (Game Developer Conference) in San Francisco, Sony launched its new vision about gaming experience, introducing “Project Morpheus” - a headset that creates an isolated space for the player, who lives the game in first person.
Sony also introduced an eye detector that reads where the player’s eyes are looking at. This offers a totally fresh and intuitive kind of interaction with the game.
With the introduction of augmented reality in video games, we can expect a surprising shift in the gaming experience to happen very soon.