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Incredible new gaming systems that aim to take players’ experiences to the next level once again dominated CES, with everything from virtual and augmented reality platforms to battling home robots.
Square Off showed their popular AI chess board, which uses a hidden robotic arm and magnets to move the pieces by itself – giving it an appearance much like the enchanted chess board from Harry Potter.
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And, Drone Interactive demonstrated an amazing new game that combines drones and VR, giving you a first person look at what your tiny craft is seeing as you fly it around and shoot virtual bugs.
These are just a handful of the innovative new gaming systems on display at CES this year.
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Some weren’t solely for entertainment; Sense Arena, for example, demonstrated a VR system that works with an HTC Vive and a connected backpack to help improve your hockey skills.
The team showed Dailymail.com how moving their smart hockey stick guides your actions in the game, to help teach the player how to respond in different situations.
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And, the aim is to see the process help develop cognitive skills that can translate to physical ability on the ice.
Another firm showed off what they call the 3D Rudder – a footpad-style joystick that can control your movements in virtual reality.
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The system can be used for all sorts of actions in a VR game, the firm told Dailymail.com, from walking and running to flying.
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