Extreme Reality, the only company to bring full-body motion analysis and control via a device’s native or peripheral camera, announced that its Extreme Motion technology is powering SEGA’s first full-body motion controlled iPad game, GO DANCE™.
Using an iPad’s native camera, Extreme Reality provides the only technology that recognizes a player’s full body movement and transforms it to 3D motion within a game or application by real-time analysis of the three dimensions (X,Y,Z) of the body’s joint movement. Extreme Motion can read movements in virtually any environment—from the dim light emitted from a laptop in a dark room to outdoor daylight.
“For the first time ever, the millions of iPad owners around the world can now enjoy the fully immersive experience of motion controlled gaming with nothing more than the device they already own and no additional hardware,” said
Developers interested in integrating Extreme Motion control technology into their game or app can apply here for the Extreme Motion SDK.
About Extreme Reality
Extreme Reality enables a future where people interact with computing devices by their body motion, without touching anything. It is the only company to provide full-body, software-based, motion analysis and control to any computing device or operating system via a standard camera. Offered as a software development kit (SDK) and with 14 patents granted worldwide, the company’s Extreme Motion product enables developers to create a wide range of experiences (applications, games, security programs and more) that pioneer Natural User Interfaces (NUI) while breaking the physical barriers of current hardware-based technologies. Extreme Reality was founded in 2005 and is based in Herzelia,
SEGA® Corporation, is the
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