Who plays video games want to live an unreal and project himself in a new body , often armed and non-human. Born and die all the time. Fly and run like a superhero. Improbable jumps and crush enemies punches relentlessly. Or walk for hours in huge expanses inhabited by monsters of all kinds for hours without experiencing any real feeling of tiredness.

In videogames we want to be all “superhero”. Nevertheless I think it is close to a new scenario given the will to live more and more real and immersive experiences . For example, recently , thanks to an idea of colleagues and a professional opportunity , I tried the Google #CardBoard that with a simplicity embarrassing they wink to the Oculus Rift and companions.

Google Card Board
Google Card Board

“If tomorrow I could wear my clothes real, with all the strengths and weaknesses of my physical and physiological characteristics that characterize me (cardio, muscle, elasticity, QI, …) would not be real fun to play and confront however, the possibility to evolve in real and then immerse myself in the shoes of a character in a virtual world, maybe in space? “

YES! I would like to try it …
Think about this. People who will go to the gym to improve themselves with the excuse in parallel to increase the strength of your character in the new Star Wars game is going to a new battle on the planet Alderaan. The gyms will adhoc courses, born diets designed to improve vital signs, … and finally nerdismo disappear and the companies will merge benefiting from the global desire given by the well-being and the desire to be fit. The work will progress and will fuel even more the modern concept of the sharing economy and some may let off steam especially without “playing and approffittare” real life of others.

Well, you’re already thinking about this society in which the virtual will be a metamorphosis of reality do not worry! I’m just dreaming and then I never guessed a still ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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Sony-PlayStation-3-io-gioco-reale