League of Lasers: a superhuman sport using motion tracking

Jop Vermeer, Shaad Alaka, Niels de Bruin, Nico Arjen Miedema, Nick Winnubst, Cyril Trap, Rafael Bidarra
Proceedings of the First Superhuman Sports Design Challenge: First International Symposium on Amplifying Capabilities and Competing in Mixed Realities , Number 8, page 8:1--8:5 - jul 2018
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League of Lasers is a motion-based game where two teams competing in a mix between football and Pong [2]. Players use ‘virtual mirrors’ to try to guide a laser pulse towards the opponent team’s target. The game aims at stimulating interaction between players by making cooperation a vital part of the gameplay, while having them physically move near each other. The game tracks the physical movement of players as the main control actions. A demonstration trailer can be found here: https://goo.gl/v7mu6k.

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@InProceedings { VABMWTB18,
  author       = "Vermeer, Jop and Alaka, Shaad and Bruin, Niels de and Miedema, Nico Arjen and Winnubst, Nick and Trap, Cyril and Bidarra, Rafael",
  title        = "League of Lasers: a superhuman sport using motion tracking",
  booktitle    = "Proceedings of the First Superhuman Sports Design Challenge: First International Symposium on Amplifying Capabilities and Competing in Mixed Realities ",
  number       = "8",
  pages        = "8:1--8:5",
  month        = "jul",
  year         = "2018",
  publisher    = "ACM",
  note         = "https://doi.org/10.1145/3210299.3210307",
  url          = "http://graphics.tudelft.nl/Publications-new/2018/VABMWTB18"
}

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