If reading a book or watching a movie in 3D isn’t immersive enough for you to get a kick out of mystery stories, The Reading Glove might be just what the doctor ordered. Comprised of a recommender (a display), objects and a glove, The Reading Glove system enables users to experience a whole new level of storytelling by being part of the story. Users pick up objects which then trigger a non-linear narrative that clues them in on what objects they have to pick up next in order to move the story forward. Think of it as a point and click adventure – except that you’ll be a character in the game as opposed to a person behind the screen. A pretty cool idea that could potentially be a hit if turned into product – what do you think? Check out the video demonstration above.
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