October 15, 2011 5:00 PM | Matthew Hawkins
Most examples of augmented reality in gaming, in which the real world is mixed with a computer generated one, involves a relatively minuscule viewing angle. Like the iPhone's screen, or the 3DS's top display.
So the above is notable alone for simply doing away with such a technical restraint. Cuelight is actually something that's been around for a little while now, though which I only just caught wind of it from a recent post on Super Punch.
Anyhow, it got me thinking of similar activities that one might find at a bar on a Friday night that could also benefit from similar tech, with air hockey coming immediately to mind. And a quick Google search produced not one, but two examples! Both after the cut.