After a few rounds of bowling on Wii Sports or exchanging guitar riffs on the Rock Band, you and your friends would likely collapse on the couch, commenting on how each fared as they gorged on a box of pizza. It would be a while before you notice slight pain in your hands caused by the uncomfortable volume and weight of the console. Thoughtful, one of your friends might wonder out loud how consoles can become more comfortable devices. Another might enthusiastically suggest a new playing field that brings Tony Stark’s science lab to life. With the rapid and unpredictable advancement of technology, such a future could be a step away.
Production and interface developments
Taking the game to the next level, true innovators are driven to offer more than just aesthetic appeal and packaging. Futuristic and progressive thinkers think outside the box, breaking free from constraints. An extended imagination has allowed them to take advantage of new technologies that produce sophisticated and sophisticated products that are literally easy to use in many ways.
How is that?
Since its discovery, nanotechnology has contributed to the advancement of many industries, such as medicine and engineering. So what makes nano, which means small, so special? By eliminating technicalities, nanotechnology makes it possible to create novel machines of all kinds in small sizes. But don’t get ahead of yourself worrying about the cost, because nanotechnology makes it affordable.
With nanotechnology, consoles will not only be sleek and slim enough to slip into a pocket, they will be a thing of the past. If you are thinking of touch screens, what about not having to touch the screens? In fact, with nanotechnology, the future of the gaming industry would present clutter-free automated devices. This would relatively affect other aspects of the games: less hardware means less strenuous gestures and space consumption. Similarly, it would mean less maintenance.
Do you think nanotechnology is so orderly? Now, fuse it with immersive virtual and augmented reality.
While skeptics continue to argue about the use of nanotechnology, developers have been playing around with three-dimensional and augmented reality for quite some time. After reconquering cinema, the entire world has been excited. And from the silver screen, 3D finally hit the gaming industry. Immersive, increases the gaming experience. Oculus Rift promises the realization of this futuristic vision. Equipped with a harness and a console, it is a starter motor that makes the giant leap towards the realization of the ultimate science fiction dream.
Open source and cloud games
When it comes to innovation, the sky is the limit. And it’s almost fair to say that it is literally in the cloud. Although there is still a strong faction that unites exclusivity, there is a growing crowd that advocates free software. Without being limited to the computer industry, the open source platforms used to distribute data are becoming more accessible and frequent for a greater number of users. Even elite universities are exploring this adventure to reach more students. Interestingly, Stanford University is a key player in this effort. So why not play?