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Archery Game Uses Real Bow To Hit Virtual Targets [Video]

Archery Game Uses Real Bow To Hit Virtual Targets [Video]
technology

Created by researchers at the Tokyo University of Technology, The Light Shooter uses an actual Japanese bow as the interface.

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 september 2013

Created by Japanese researchers at the Tokyo University of Technology, The Light Shooter is an archery game that uses a real bow to hit digital targets. The first person shooting game has an actual Japanese bow as the interface.

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