Virtual reality and motion control look like a dream match in this new Loading Human trailer

By Dave Cook, Monday, 19 May 2014 13:03 GMT

Loading Human studio Untold Games is developing the world’s first virtual reality adventure game that uses full motion control. The team has posted a new trailer of the Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift game running with Sixense STEM hand sensors, and the results are interesting.

We recently reported that Loading Human made the jump to Unreal Engine 4 with a new plot and Project Morpheus support. The plot has been re-written and the game now sounds quite different as a result.

By using Sixense STEM controllers, players can pick up objects in the first-person world like they would in a classic adventure title, except now they are handling, inspecting and using them by hand. If anything, it could make the experience much more immersing and interactive as a result.

What do you think?

Loading Human is currently funding on Kickstarter and at the time of writing has raised $27,053 of its $30,000 goal with 17 days left.

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