16 December 2019

Gaming Gadgets You Need Now



Gaming has changed a lot over the last few decades. When we think back to our SEGAs and Gameboys, to the very first Playstation and then the travesty that was the (thankfully) short-lived Gamecube. Though you might love the nostalgia that comes with the vintage consoles, the future is bright when it comes to gaming. We’ve seen innovations that have changed the way we game and revolutionised the industry. But what’s coming up in the world of gaming, and what are the newest inventions we’re itching to get our hands on? Read on to find out…
Voice Recognition
Can’t be bothered reaching for your controller? No problem. Voice control has been around for a while, but the gaming industry has finally caught up with the likes of Siri and Alexa. Now you can activate your console, manage your social media, and search the web, all by simply talking to your gaming system.
Ultra-high Graphics
If you’re gaming on the go, you don’t want to be focussing on fuzzy graphics. The resolution of modern gaming systems, whether it’s your phone or your system at home, can really make or break your immersion in a game. And, if you game when you’re out and about, that’s the last thing you want. Check out the best gaming phones you can get so you’re not held up by poor-quality graphics. Also, look for 4 Things You Need for Gaming on the Go if you’re really into taking your game worlds with you when you go out.
Virtual Reality
Headsets are available, but there hasn’t yet been a huge drive in the console market for ones which cater specifically to this fully immersive method of gaming. We’re waiting with bated breath though because, once this enters the market, gaming is never going to be the same again. The prospect of fully entering the world of the game, with incredible graphics and 360 views of the landscape, is one we can’t wait to try out.
Wearable Gaming
And, to really bring you into the game, wearable technology to allow your avatar to move as you do is becoming more widespread. Initially developed for sporting companies, the gaming industry has just started to realise the potential this has for them. Imagine if you could actually control your character with your own movements, rather than the click of a button. RealSense technology from Intel is already incorporating similar motion trackers in their games. Using a 3D camera, 22 points of the hand are controlled via every gesture you make. This would have been completely unimaginable in the days of the first Nintendos…
On-demand Gaming

We’re consuming media in a way that wasn’t even dreamt of a few years ago. Services like Netflix and Amazon Prime have completely changed the way we watch TV and movies. It surely won’t be long until the games industry catches on and we get on-demand services for games. It just depends who gets there first as to what we end up with. Our fingers are crossed for Intel but watch this space to see what happens. 

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