Level Up Studios AR shirt has dragons and dancing old men popping out of your chest

Level Up Studios AR shirtIf you own a Nintendo 3DS, you get access to Augmented Reality games, one of the most interesting features of the console. While most AR games are played with cards, the folks over at Level Up Studios have decided to come up with an AR shirt instead. While the idea isn’t new, they’ve executed it really well. With fun mini games where you end up shooting targets, and finally a dragon which pops out of the shirt wearer’s chest that you can kill. While AR shirts haven’t caught on yet, if more companies hop on the bandwagon in the future, I can imagine going out to public places with the 3DS is going to be a great way to pass the time while waiting for the bus or train. Hit the break to watch a video demo of the Level Up Studios shirt. It is also available for purchase now at $17.99.

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