This time on Waterloo Labs, we are playing Half-Life (the flash version at least), with a suppressed .22 pistol. Using accelerometers and LabVIEW, we can triangulate the position of where the bullet hits a piece of drywall and generate a mouse click at that location in the game, which has been projected onto the shooting wall, to kill the bad guys.
Playing Half-Life with real guns (video)
Posted on Tuesday, Aug 11 2009 @ 05:02 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Waterloo Labs engineers have developed a system that enables them to play FPS games with real guns: