Sony Wants To Add Digital Features To Card Games

Sony Wants To Add Digital Features To Card Games
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Project Field bridges the physical and digital worlds using a special pad that connects to smartphones and tablets

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 december 2016

Sony Japan is taking physical card games to a whole new level, launching them into the world of digital. Project Field uses a special card pad that wirelessly connects to smartphones and tablets. When playing with compatible cards, the pad can pick up actions like which card is placed on it or if a card is turned sideways, displaying them, along with their effects, on the connected screen. The aim is to enhance the experience of playing a traditional card game.

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