It is always the simple things! While Leap Motion’s headset might be capable of amazing things for science and business users, being able to play AR table tennis would surely make a great seller. Here’s a quick demo of the technology in action, with realistic-grade sound effects and no sign of latency.
Okay, if it hits the market in this form, Motion Leap’s game might cost a lot more than a full-scale table tennis set and a collection of high-end bats, but this concept shows just how fast and how far AR is moving. Imagine in a couple of years when AR E-sports could be up there with EF1 and drone racing as a form of entertainment where everyone could see the player’s perspective?