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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 06:08pm 22/06/17 | 1 Comments
And to make it even more impressive, in a "well now, would you look at that" sort of way, it's a life-size recreation too. Created in Unity for the Microsoft Hololens by software developer Abhishek Singh, he shows off his creation with a demonstration in New York's Central Park. Dressed as Mario to boot.

Basically any object that Mario would either jump on to reach a new height is walked around, but still, impressive. Or, interesting.




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Twisted
Posted 09:25pm 22/6/17
I suppose its the next step in d*** head evolution from staring at phones to walk around like this.
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