Immersive Gaming Project Gone Viral

It’s been one week since I posted my first video demonstrating immersive gaming projection with an iPhone 3GS (embedded compass) and ShowWX laser projector (infinite focus).  Based on its success, I am putting a couple other ideas on hold for now to focus on this idea.  At the time I write this, my video appears on Youtube’s first page when browsing for ‘most popular’ and ‘most viewed’ Science & Technology vids!  Apparently, it is equally or more popular throughout much of the rest of the world.  Here are some of the “Honors” Youtube has placed on this video for the week.

#59 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Germany
#37 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Australia
#38 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Canada
#30 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – United Kingdom
#35 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Ireland
#38 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – India
#19 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – New Zealand
#33 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Israel
#23 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology
#49 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Spain
#28 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – France
#14 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Italy
#44 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Netherlands
#20 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Poland
#10 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Russia
#93 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Czech Republic
#68 – Most Viewed (This Week)) – Science & Technology – Sweden
#94 – Top Favorited (This Week)) – Science & Technology

Here’s what all the hype is about.  If I had known the stir it would create, I would have put a bit more effort into its debut.  I’d love to keep this idea of mobile immersive projection alive, so I appreciate your comments here and on Youtube.  It will encourage hardware and gaming developers to improve on this technology and bring it to the masses!

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~ by soundkite on May 15, 2010.

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