10-17-2012 09:57 AM
I had an idea for Playstation but I don't know where to post.
So if here is the wrong place, I'm sorry.
I was thinking about a way to really immerse yourself in the game with motion controllers, but with possibility of playing more complex games like Modern Warfare and etc.
Please, check the whole idea and details here:
10-17-2012 11:23 AM
I don't understand what the idea even is...a glowing suit? I don't think that's necessary or practical (PSEye can already detect body movements). Especially for a game like MW; I think the sharpshooter would be the best way to experience that type of game, rather than just use your body.
10-25-2012 08:59 AM
I'm sorry for taking that long to answer, I thought that when people posted I would get an e-mail to let me know, but I just notice that I wasn't subscribed and etc.
So, to see the idea you have to download the pdf file. The glowing suit it's just an image, the actual idea would be the glove.
I know that Sony already has the PSMove, but it's basically just a Sony version of the Wii controllers.
And Kinect is Microsoft. So I just thought that Sony could have something different, although I do realize that is sort of Minority Report feel to it.... Wasn't my intention, but it ended up like that.
As for the glowing suit, I was thinking if the buttons (X, square, and all others) were characters, how would they be.
And then evolved for persons that would enter a PSWorld, and immerse and have those outfits (wich could be personalized) on their avatars, and use as their names the respective buttons. And because I like the glove design, I decided to follow the pattern and ended up with the glowing suit. XD
So with that, I started a little story, with X being the main character, aka The Jumper (since X usually jump), and she would practice parkour, and would use those moves while immerse on this PS reality. And that goes for all of the other buttons wich I still have to properly design.
Anyway, it turned out to be a big post. Please download the pdf. I'm lookning forward for your opinion.
10-25-2012 07:42 PM