VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON – June 19, 2012 – Circutus LLC today announced the release of LaserVR TM Alpha Range, a unique video projector game available exclusively for iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod® Touch. By connecting a video projector to a camera-equipped mobile device, the LaserVR TM technology “sees” the game playing on a wall, and tracks the dot from a laser pointer to recognize button clicks and player interactions. LaserVR TM Alpha Range is a futuristic target shooting game, available now on the iTunes App Store for $7.99 / €5.99 / £5.49 / AUD$8.49.
LaserVR TM Alpha Range uses advances in computer vision to combine a virtually projected game with real world actions. For the first time, the processing power of modern mobile phones and tablets make it possible to simultaneously process a real-time camera feed while displaying the game’s graphics and user interface. The game player already owns the most expensive piece of equipment, in their mobile device, and can now couple it with a Pico projector, a tabletop tripod like the iStabilizer FlexÔ, and a low-powered laser pointer, for a portable virtual reality gaming experience.
For more information about LaserVRÔ Alpha Range and LaserVR TM product announcements, visit http://www.LaserVR.com
Circutus LLC is an innovative software company based in Vancouver, Washington, USA. Circutus is developing games and interactive software that combine computer vision with portable video projectors and mobile devices.
Travis Haagen, Circutus LLC