Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Rolocule's Motion Tennis will use Chromecast mirroring to recreate Wii

Not sure how you may use Chromecast's mirroring feature? Well, you may play lawn tennis. a few year ago, Rolocule brought Wii-like gameplay to Apple users with Motion lawn tennis -- an app that leveraged Apple TV and iPhone AirPlay Mirroring to show the user's telephone set into a virtual racket. currently the corporate is doing a similar factor with Google's Chromecast. using the mirroring feature proclaimed at Google I/O, Rolocule has seared up an early demo (available once the break) of Motion lawn tennis on a Nexus 5. The paradigm encompasses a noticeable input delay, however it's a superb proof of construct for gameplay potentialities obtainable to devices with screen mirroring. haven't got a Chromecast dongle? No worries, Rolocule says it's functioning on Miracast support too, and told Engadget that a public beta are launching presently. browse on to visualize the Chromecast version of the sport in action.

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