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OTOY cloud gaming demonstrated on cell phone

Posted on Tuesday, June 23 2009 @ 17:28:27 CEST by


TechCrunch published a video of OTOY's cloud gaming technology running on a Samsung Omnia phone. Cloud computing will enable you to run games like Call of Duty 4 on very basic hardware, the only thing you need is a WiFi or 3G connection.
As the video below shows, OTOY is going to bring modern games like Crysis and GTA 4 to your mobile phone. The phone in the video is a Samsung Omnia, which was released to the public last summer (in other words, you don’t need a cutting edge phone for the technology to work). The game is running through the phone’s built-in browser, with no installs required, and is being controlled via a Xbox gamepad connected wirelessly. OTOY Chief Strategy Officer Mark Tseng says that the company is working on a variety of control schemes, allowing users to control games using a phone’s accelerometer, onscreen gamepad, or external peripherals like the Xbox controller.




 



 

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