The Smurfs arrive in Microsoft’s mixed reality environment as a complete game for children, with good graphics.
Smurfs: The Lost Village it is a game mainly for children, but it gives us a good sample of the capabilities of games in mixed reality, in this case, through HoloLens. The game, which is not yet available, has an acceptable graphic quality and well-animated characters, even a Gargamel life-size.
Although the $3000 developer version of Hololens they are quite far from the budget of most, we hope that in a short time you can play on the new systems with Windows Mixed Reality, and at more affordable prices from € 299, but then we will need a PC and cable connection.
Smurfs: The Lost Village, the game
Smurfs: The Lost Village, the developers
It should be remembered that the drawn area is lower than what can be seen in the videos, since the current version of HoloLens has a reduced angle of view and the rest of the images superimposed on reality will be cropped. That they show it implying that it can be seen in our entire visual field is, to say the least, exaggerated, but it serves to show what is really happening and the capabilities of HoloLens to map the environment. A few days ago we also talked about another game for Hololens, a demo of the Lemmings call Hololems.