The Video Game Awards have just ended with a bang and was easily the best one yet. A lot of new trailers were revealed and the new “Augmented Reality” feature that they added to the show which put floating holograms and screens throughout the show.
The augmented reality feature was cool to viewers at home to see, but I’m unsure if the people actually at the VGAs were able to see them. It felt almost like a scene out of Minority Report and was a cool little add-on. Seeing blockbuster titles like Halo: Reach or Call of Duty: Black Ops in this three dimensional view really shows how far 3D has come and suggested that this could possibly become mainstream on television.
Below, we have the videos of the augmented reality feature that bedazzled us at home. Nathan Fillion discussed Halo: Reach, Neil Patrick Harris was featured with Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Jose Gonzalez preformed “Far Away” for Red Dead Redemption to name a few.
Check them all out below.
Batman: Arkham City
VGA 2010 Batman: Arkham City Augmented Reality | Games & Gadgets | SPIKE.com
God of War III
VGA 2010 God of War III Augmented Reality | Games & Gadgets | SPIKE.com
Red Dead Redemption with Jose Gonzalez
VGA 2010 Jose Gonzalez Performs “Far Away” | Games & Gadgets | SPIKE.com
Call of Duty: Black Ops with Neil Patrick Harris
VGA 2010 Call of Duty: Black Ops Augmented Reality | Games & Gadgets | SPIKE.com
Halo: Reach with Nathan Fillion
VGA 2010 Halo: Reach Augmented Reality | Games & Gadgets | SPIKE.com |
Tags: 2010, Spike TV, Videogame Awards
Posted December 15th, 2010 in News by Michael