In Pictures: GDC 2010, Day 2

Intel's Play Hard Booth

Wiimote-like motion controller used for PC gaming at the Intel Play Hard booth.

Napoleon: Total War

Among other games, Intel showed of Napoleon: Total War, which can make full use of the new six-core, twelve-thread Core i7-980X.

Motion Capture

Real-time motion capture. Notice how the virtual figure in the tablet PC replicates the pose of the model.

More Mo-Cap

Real-time motion capture detectors.


Virtusphere. It’s a location-based, virtual reality environment. You can see the player inside, with VR goggles and plastic gun. He sees the action, and the sphere has sensors to detect his aiming and firing.

Cryengine 3 In 3D

Cryengine 3 running in stereoscopic mode. There were a number of stereoscopic 3D demos at the show.

GeForce 3D Vision

Nvidia’s stereoscopic technology running on three displays.

Sony Does 3D, Too

Sony showed off stereoscopic 3D running on the Playstation 3.

Crytek's Battle Suit

The Crytek battle suit from Crysis.

Neurosky's Brain Wave Detector

Neurosky’s brain wave detector headset. Neurosky showed off a number of demos, and now has a design win in Mattel’s Mindflex game.