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Ah, more from the interns…. A Virtual Version of Pac-Man Researchers in Singapore have developed The Human Pacman, a human version of the classic arcade game by superimposing the virtual 3D game world on to city streets and buildings. Players…
June 6, 2005

Ah, more from the interns….

A Virtual Version of Pac-Man
Researchers in Singapore have developed The Human Pacman, a human version of the classic arcade game by superimposing the virtual 3D game world on to city streets and buildings. Players are equipped with a headset, goggles and a wearable computer, whose central system keeps track of all their movements with the aid of GPS receivers and a wireless local are network according to BBC News. – By Brittany Sauser

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