ARhrrrr: Shooter revolution with augmented reality?
ARhrrrr is an "augmented reality” shooter for smartphones with integrated cameras that combines virtual content with real objects.
ARhrrrr - augmented reality Shooter
The ARhrrrr project is a development of the Georgia Tech Augmented Environment Labs at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). This variant of the augmented reality a special 2D game map is combined with virtual 3D objects and figures. The player can use the smartphone to move freely around on the map - even different altitudes are possible. Furthermore even real objects can be integrated into the game.
In the demonstration video a version of Nvidia's forthcoming Tegra is used to run the software. Besides the demanding hardware the energy consumption of such an application is imposes high requirements on the power supply.