This could be great news for Modern Warfare Gamers on the PS4/5 and xBox1.
While we wait for H-Hour... if it ever gets here... and with the new WW2 Battlefield V coming this Fall and with BF1 and CoD WW2 out now... both crap games in my opinion... at least we have some hope for a great new War Shooter. If MW4 includes any Clan Support with Custom User Private Servers... MW4 will be pure GOLD!
Call of Duty: WWII review—The less things change…
Stripping out years of feature creep, but doesn't have anything to replace it.
Steven Strom - 11/8/2017, 2:00 PM
Call of Duty: WWII certainly has some interesting timing. It has the dubious duty of returning the landmark first-person series to its titular roots at a time when any game centered on fascism, nationalism, and especially Nazism …
This news from E3 is not good... but it might get better before game launch. If this doesn't get better (6 vs 6 for Clans?)... CoD WW2 won't be workable for larger online War Clans like us. Time will tell.
Call of Duty: WWII reveals a disappointing limitation for War mode
If you were expecting big-team battles, you might be a little disappointed.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare GAMEPLAY - IS IT GOOD?
Fri Jul 01, 2016 9:39 am by RedKnight
Battlefield 1 looks like a BF4 remake. I have lots of issues at present. Maybe after BF1 is out for a few weeks... I could change my mind. But I have to find at a new game for SoF that has good Clan Support and good Clan controllable Private Servers. And EA/DICE seems to have left that world behind after BF3. So... we'll see.
Cod Infinite Warfare has been taking a beating on …
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Subject: Kickstarter for CastAR Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:02 pm
Ex-Valve hardware designer reveals AR glasses Lightweight glasses to offer "fast and highly precise" 3D tracking; Kickstarter underway
Posted on Monday 14th Oct 2013 By Tamoor Hussain, Staff Writer for CVG UK LINK
Jeri Ellsworth, former head of Valve's hardware division, has launched a Kickstarter for CastAR, a "projected augmented reality system that displays holographic-like 3D projections right in front of you".
Ellsworth, along with ex-Raven developer Rick Johnson, have set a $400,000 funding goal and are promising a "very fast and highly precise tracking solution, allowing you to change your experience by holding your 3D world in place while you are free to move around in it".
CastAR works by displaying an image from a two micro-projectors mounted on a pair of glasses. Each projected image is cast at the appropriate perspective, to view it in stereoscopic 3D.
"Your eyes focus on this projected image at a very natural and comfortable viewing distance," it explains on the Kickstarter page.
"A tiny camera in-between the projectors scans for infrared identification markers placed on the surface. The camera uses these markers to precisely track your head position and orientation in the physical world, enabling the software to accurately adjust how the holographic scene should appear to you. The glasses get their video signal through an HDMI connection. The camera is connected via a USB port on the PC. We are still experimenting with communication options on mobile devices."
The surface used for projections is "retro-reflective sheeting", likened to the material used in traffic signs and high-visibility safety clothing.
"The primary benefit to using this material is that it bounces the majority of light from our projectors directly back toward the glasses with very little scattering," read the Kickstarter blurb.
"This enables the simultaneous use of a single surface by multiple people while keeping each viewer's view private from the others. Since your vision is focused at a natural viewing distance, you shouldn't experience eye strain. Projected augmented reality allows you to simultaneously see both virtual and real-world surroundings, so you are spared other sorts of discomfort as well".
The money pledged is to be put towards refining the product and making it ready for a wider release.
In its pitch video, which you can watch below, the duo are shown playing Dungeons and Dragons, as well as interacting with the projections using a wand-like device.