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Old May 30th, 2008 (06:19 AM).
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This technology is bound to come sooner or later and it made me think how awesome a Pokemon game would be using that technology. This is a long way off but it still would be cool.
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Old May 30th, 2008 (06:24 AM).
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Virtual Technology isn't that far off, if you go research it.
But Virtual Technology being mass-produced by gaming industries might be.
Keep your hopes up though, its a fast growing industry.
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Old May 30th, 2008 (06:45 AM).
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i have read something baout a console made by nintendo called virual boy.
it was 3-d
you put it on your head and it was 3-D
it was crappy though cuz its grphocs where all wire-frame which looked like glass...
i personaly didnt like it.
but now-a-days if nintendo where to re-make it then it would be astounding.
think about it?
a pokemon game in 3-D
thats as close as we will ever get to pokemon being real (I wish)
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Old May 30th, 2008 (08:34 AM).
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The future of virtual pokemon and games is very near.
This is bound to happen sooner or later. Just keep yer fingers crossed.
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Old May 30th, 2008 (12:55 PM).
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During a trip to the University of Washington my Junior year of High School, I got a rare opportunity to go in to their human interface tech lab which works on virtual reality and actually use some really early prototypes and I asked them if they could be used for video games. The scientists and grad students said it would be nice but that most of this technology was too unstable for it and would be highly inconvenient. I think Pokemon would be fun on it, but the computers are struggling to work on Operating Systems (Linux and Unix were crashing from the input from my hands). If they can this stuff stable and compact (the tech is the size of a good size room right now) then, yeah, it'd be fun. But I don't think it will happen for decades at least.
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Old May 30th, 2008 (07:00 PM).
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I reckon it would be cool you get to see all the pokemon it world rock i would love it
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Old May 30th, 2008 (10:20 PM).
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Quote originally posted by sirboulevard:
During a trip to the University of Washington my Junior year of High School, I got a rare opportunity to go in to their human interface tech lab which works on virtual reality and actually use some really early prototypes and I asked them if they could be used for video games. The scientists and grad students said it would be nice but that most of this technology was too unstable for it and would be highly inconvenient. I think Pokemon would be fun on it, but the computers are struggling to work on Operating Systems (Linux and Unix were crashing from the input from my hands). If they can this stuff stable and compact (the tech is the size of a good size room right now) then, yeah, it'd be fun. But I don't think it will happen for decades at least.
As sirboulvard said, the technology to handle that kind of stuff, is far away and the technology would cost a fortune, until people find a way to make it cost-effective. If that makes sense.
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