by JohloraxPerfect game to showcase how fun AR can be! Recommend playinAR mode seated in a swivel chair - I've been spinning around in my office blasting tie fighters all morning! Freakin' sweet!Just amazing
by theFlyMoloVery simple but it's just sooo fun! The framerate is smooth and the controls are very responsive. Unlike other turret games, you do get the feel that the platform (falcon) is moving and you actually find yourself leading your targets.
by Jonathan HirshonAR+Dark Side minions=AWESOME
by Jonathan SeguroBy far one of the coolest apps for iPhone ever. Never before have you been able to tie in reality with technology like this. This is hand down next level entertainment at it's best. Wow!AMAZING!
by DcnhedbueaxnkDefinitely worth money. This app is freaking amazing. I feel like I'm in the center of the party. It's amazing and it never gets tiring.OGM!!
by Silver MuriloThis app is at least a thousand stars! I loved the "video"! It's a new kind of video, you can interact with it, it's just perfect. BEP revolutionized the way we watch a video.
by gonzo512when i use iwise, and i use it frequently, i focus on the content, and the content this app dishes out is phenomenal. we have forgotten so much of what this app strives to teach. and it does so in a highly intuitive way; it prompts us to learn from others. for it is not the app that teaches, but the larger than life people who appear in the app who impart their knowledge to us. we have forgotten so many of these brilliant minds who brought us revelation after revelation. iwise pays tribute to their souls, and helps to keep their spirits alive because by using iwise, we each come to understand the wisdom that they bring to the world.My favorite app
by PoffeyIt's what I call "portable wisdom." life changing words in 10 seconds or less!
by mrinteractiveThis is the best app in appstore(& I have thousands).I deleted all my other quote apps and this-day-in-history apps as well.The inerface is great and there are no ads.I wish i could give 10 stars!
In 2010, we saw several highly innovative and interesting music videos debut. Some of these were worth writing about due to the sheer amount of work and timing that went into their production. Others enabled fans to choose their own adventure in the video and end it as they wished. In my opinion, this new music video by the Black Eyed Peas beats all of those. More
Are you a huge Black Eyed Peas fan? Do you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch 4th gen? Love augmented reality? If you answered yes to any or all of those questions and you're willing to fork over $2.99, you should check out the BEP360 app. Like the name suggests, the app gives you a 360-degree view of the Black Eyed Peas' world with an augmented reality experience. More
The Black Eyed Peas started bringing music into our ears way back 1995 with band members: Will.i.am, Fergie, Taboo, and Apl.de.Ap. However, they hit it big in the industry 8 years after with their album, "Elephunk", featuring songs like "Where Is The Love?" and "Shut Up". Over the years we have heard them doing better and better in their craft and knowing how techie geek this band (supporting 360 photography technology) can get gives us more reason to love them so the more. More
This week's must-have iOS apps features the impressive new BEP360 application from the Black Eyed Peas, which boasts the first jaw-dropping '3D360′ mobile music video, as well as access to each band member's Twitter feed, an addictive little mini-game, and more. More
Falcon Gunner (US$4.99) is a Star Wars-themed, augmented reality game for iPhone that superimposes battle scenes over live video of your surroundings. You say people give you grief for staring at your iPhone too much as it is? Now you can annoy them with the power of The Force. More
Developer THQ Wireless is flexing their Star Wars license once again with the announcement of Star Wars Arcade: Falcon Gunner. THQ has brought a number of Star Wars licensed games to the App Store, including Star Wars: Battle for Hoth [$2.99/Lite] and Star Wars: Trench Run [$2.99]. This newly announced Falcon Gunner game takes a slightly different approach, unsurprisingly placing you in the gunner's seat on the Millenium Falcon and having you blast away at enemies in an augmented reality style overlay. More
I've been excited about this game since I heard about it a few weeks ago. Falcon Gunner lets you recreate the classic Star Wars: A New Hope scene in which Luke and Han climb into the gunner seats of the Millennium Falcon and take on a squadron of TIE fighters. But instead of being a straight turret shooter, this app uses your iPhone's camera and augmented reality to add attacking TIE fighters to the world around you. More
As Macworld's resident Star Wars-ologist—I was this close to my Ph.D. at the University of Alderaan—it falls to me to check out every new iOS game that takes place in a galaxy far, far away. I've run the Death Star trench and defended the Rebel base on Hoth, and now I've taken a seat in the gun turret of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy: the Millennium Falcon. More
It's no exaggeration to say that our mission at Vertigore Games – building experiences and proprietary technology that blur the lines between fantasy and reality – has been sparked in large part by our lifelong fascination with the Star Wars universe ... With the release of Star Wars Arcade: Falcon Gunner. More
A couple weeks ago, I showed you a sneak preview of one of the most surprising iPhone games ever, Star Wars Arcade: Falcon Gunner, which combines seemingly traditional space combat with augmented reality (AR) for a decidedly unique "Star Wars" experience. More
I saw the Hasbro my3D at the store yesterday and just had to have it. It makes for an interesting interactive 3D experience. You need an iPhone or iPod Touch to use it and I think it works better with the newer ones that have the gyroscope built-in. But there are a half-dozen my3D apps you can get from the Apple App store for free and a few you can pay for; as of today five my3D apps are free and one is 99 cents and another is $4.99 (both have free "lite" versions). A few months ago, they were giving all the games away for free, so I grabbed them while they were free(!) More
iWise is hands down the most gorgeous and technologically advanced quotes and quote of the day related application in the app store. We absolutely guarantee that if you check out your daily dose of wisdom and history, delivered by the app, that you life will be enriched and your intellect stimulated. Nothing beats actually hearing the quote to get its essence. iWise deploys cutting edge text to speech technology (similar to that found in Amazon's new Kindle) to render over 100, 000 quotes into an interactive, searchable audio book for you. iWise also includes a "This day in History" feature. More
Technology players like Immersive Media are integrating streaming content into practical, everyday-use online products such as Google Maps' new street-level views.At the National Association of Broadcasters' show in Las Vegas earlier this year, during my last-day random wandering of the show floor, I came across an intriguing company called Immersive Media. The company, founded by a Hollywood special effects technical director with technology that was as an outgrowth of his film effects work, was intriguing for two simple reasons: First, they had a technology that streamed immersive and 360-degree videos, such as sample videos that were shown of the Las Vegas Strip in which the viewer could choose to watch in any direction at any time. Second, the company wasn't necessarily as interested in selling its technology as it was in licensing content it had captured across the U.S., Canada and the UK. More
Now that 3D is finally taking off again at the movie theatre - thanks in large part to James Cameron's evangelism in the leadup to his groundbreaking Avatar film, it's clear that immersive video technologies are big business again. And if the latest 3D stuff doesn't put you in the picture enough, how's this: Immersive Media has adapted the same 360-degree cameras used by Google's Street View cars to shoot video. That means you can actually look around as you watch the video... Which can feel absolutely bizarre, as in the case of the BASE jumping video after the jump. Extraordinary. More