Dublin, Ireland - May 28, 2010 - OmniMotion Technology Ltd., an independent Irish Casual and Social Games company, have unveiled a revolutionary new Motion Control interface that allows for accurate, 3D, browser-based gaming on almost any PC or MAC - and all you need to play is a standard Webcam!
At a time when so many eagerly await the much publicized, end-of-year arrival of Microsoft's 'Project Natal' for the X-Box console, OmniMotion invites everybody to experience next-generation, controller-free gaming today, with the launch of their beta 'ThisIsMotionControl.com' website. The featured free games allow for accurate, 3D, controller-free play, with the on-screen action dictated entirely by the movement of a player's head, hands or body... and it's online!
The primary game, ZenBall, is a multi-level 'physical puzzle' developed with Dr. Edward De Bono, father of lateral thinking and creator of the 'Six Hats' system. Take 3 steps back from your screen and control the action using simple, measured, Tai-Chi-type movements. It's great fun, addictive and competitive, and might even help people to get in shape!
For quick access, PC/Windows Users* can download ZenBall now on:
while MAC/OSX Intel Users** can download the game on:
Alternatively, take a few minutes to get your computer 'motion ready' at: www.thisismotioncontrol.com and follow the simple instructions (see below for technical specifications). In addition to ZenBall, you can then play other free, single-level beta samples from forthcoming releases, including a Swimming simulation from GamesGym - the online sports and fitness service, Hoosch - a motion control Quiz with user-generated content that is played with simple head tilts, and SumoBalls - a fun 2-player combat game.
After several years of development, OmniMotion will feature this proprietary 'gesture recognition' technology within several title releases over the coming year, many created with high-profile partners from the fields of Entertainment and Sports.
Anyway, less talk... more action! 'Join the movement' and discover authentic, accurate, controller-free, motion gamesonline - today!
For further information, please contact:
Niall Austin, OmniMotion. Tel: (+353 86) 803-9438. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Note for Windows Users: Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7 / 1Ghz Processor.
Recommended Browser: Firefox 3.3 or later. Other Browsers: IE 7.0 or above, Chrome, Safari or Opera
** Note for Apple Macintosh Users: Macintosh OS X 10.4 or above / 1Ghz Processor.
Recommended Browser:Safari 3 or later. Other Browsers:Firefox 3.3 or later
Please note that this website is not currently available for Linux-based systems.