check the link out and then imagine playing ghosts or any other fps in this manner. Then players could sort of start to talk about if they were skilled or not about game play. Since they nolonger would be just sitting on their arse and twiddling their fingers on a controller.
That will be so tiring. Anyone with a stressful full time day job will be too exhausted to play on the omnidirectional treadmill.
For the average fit person yeah, just imagine what it would be like for anyone not in shape though.Imagine if that became the new way that any game was played..both interesting and yet problematic too for how it really would be tiring out. No more 16 hour days of gaming. Hell 4 hours would be daunting for the average player at that point.
With my blood pressure condition, I wouldn't even last 30 minutes. =D
LOL.. i might make it that long maybe a little more but not much if I did.
I could just imagine the mlg and gb players and how well they might not do too.. for not all of them is as fit as some make mlg players out to be.
i was tired just watching the video never mind actually using it id proberlys die 2 minutes into my first game hahaha
I stood and watched him for while and it looked quite fun and immersive but really tiring. The Gadget show (UK tv program) did something similar with BF3 Ultimate Battlefield 3 Simulator - Build & Test (Full Video) - The Gadget Show - YouTube
That is very interesting, to move and your player moves in the same manner (the device in the video is abit large for my taste) but overall that is probably where gaming is headed, free motion detection and more involvement (physically) from the gamer.
COD would be that more exciting.