A video game’s creators will soon be able to see what their players are thinking.
At the Oculus Connect conference in San Francisco today, a video game called Obduction showed off the technology that could allow game developers to track players in real time.
The game’s creator, The Art of Obduction, uses motion tracking to let players know when they’ve made a mistake and when they’re about to make a good one.
Oculus Connect is the next step in virtual reality, a future where people can experience virtual reality in a much more intimate way than ever before.
Obduction’s creators have also shown off an experimental Oculus Rift version of the game called Ikaruga, which uses a similar concept to Obduction but also lets you interact with virtual objects.
The Art Of Obduction developer and the Oculus team are excited about the potential of VR to democratize creative work.
“With this technology, the most important thing is that you’re really doing what you want to do, which is to create the game, but with this technology you can actually move around, interact with your surroundings,” said Art of Oftentimes, Obduction uses the Oculus Touch controllers, which are available now for $60 on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The developers say that the hardware is easy to set up, and that it’s a much safer way to interact with a virtual environment than other virtual reality headsets, like the Oculus 360.
Obedient uses an entirely new kind of motion tracking, called the Oculus Trackpad, that lets players interact with the environment in ways that they might not have before.
You can’t use a traditional mouse and keyboard, but you can move around the environment, and the player can adjust their orientation using a virtual camera that’s in front of them.
It also allows for a wider range of motion, which will allow you to play more complicated puzzles and combat games in virtual space.
The Oculus trackpad lets players use virtual objects in their worlds without a keyboard and mouse.
The controllers also come with the ability to create virtual spaces for the player to explore in real-time, and users can share their experiences with other players.
This could mean a more personal virtual world for users to explore.
The new controllers also have a built-in microphone that lets you listen to audio in real life, so you can use the microphone to ask questions, say “hey” or “what’s happening” in the game.
And Oculus has made the Oculus VR SDK for developers easy to integrate into games, allowing anyone to make games using it.
This means that Obduction is compatible with all kinds of game developers who are making VR games, but it’s the developers that are using the new technology that will make Obduction a big hit.
The creators of Obedient, The Obduction Team, are hoping that the success of the new Oculus Rift software will help them turn their game into a huge hit.