Another thing we checked out at GDC was the augmented reality game ESPIONAG3: Berlin Files [Free]. It feels a bit like a tech demo, but it's really neat actually seeing an augmented reality game that uses a huge board space instead of the tiny little printed out hot spots that a lot of augmented reality apps rely on to know where to render things in game. We discuss how it all works and fiddle around in our hands-on:

ESPIONAG3: Berlin Files is on the App Store right now for free, and if you go to their web site you can download the map files or order a printed copy. You don't see much augmented reality anymore, so it was neat to see this at GDC.

  • ImJPaul

    Very interesting and really cool concept. I just don't have the space in my house for that massive board. I also wonder how much the map is?

    • Dariusz Osowiec

      It's 80x60 cm

    • Dariusz Osowiec

      It's 80x60 cm

  • shieldser99

    Your back would be wrecked after 10 minutes