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Video: Graffity launches two AR games using AR glasses at CES

04 January 2023

Japanese augmented reality (AR) startup Graffity Inc. has launched two games using AR glasses powered by technology from Qualcomm Technologies and headset maker Nreal.

Unveiled at CES 2023, taking place this week in Las Vegas, the games are called “GrooveWave” and “SushiCraft.” Graffity will also join the Snapdragon Spaces Pathfinder program that leverage Qualcomm’s technology to bring new ideas to AR.

The company said it is also looking to connect with other companies developing AR entertainment content and want to use Graffity’s patented multiplayer AR technology.

The games

“GrooveWave” is a rhythm game where the user fights against enemies using the entire room as a battlefield. The game uses Nreal’s Light AR glasses.

The game allows you to analyze enemy sound signs to dodge attacks. Each attack has a unique sound sign and memorizing them is the only way to dodge the attacks. The entire room is the battlefield, allowing players to move around dynamically.

“SushiCraft” is a sushi making game where you compete for a score using hand tracking. The hand tracking is used to mix the sushi ingredients and rice. Various types of sushi are used such as salmon and sea urchin. The game uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces and Lenovo’s ThinkReality A3 glasses to render the AR overlay.

To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com


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