Intel Developer Blog: We take a look at a hidden object game with an unusual control scheme

Achieving true game immersion with face-tracking controls in Unity

Face it: controllers and in-game characters are an abstraction and can be a barrier between the player and a deeply immersive experience.

Perhaps that’s why game developer Cyrus Lum created Mystery Mansion, a hidden-object adventure game that’s controlled entirely with facial movements. Move your head sideways to look around, and forwards to zoom in. Can you, as the ghost, uncover the mystery of your death?

Learn more about the game and check out Lum’s code for face tracking and calibration here. In the article, Lum shares some of his key lessons from the development process.

The game uses the Intel RealSense SDK, which is available for free download, and an Intel RealSense 3D camera, together with Unity.

If you’re looking for more inspiration to help you build your games, visit the Intel® Developer Zone.

This blog post is written bySofttalkblog, and is sponsored by the Intel Developer Zone, which helps you to develop, market and sell software and apps for prominent platforms and emerging technologies powered by Intel Architecture.

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