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 Post subject: ePawn to showcase a new gaming device for smartphone at E3
PostPosted: June 6th, 2011, 5:15 pm 
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ePawn to showcase real-world objects integrated into video games at E3 expo
A new gaming experience where real playing pieces are evolving into virtual worlds on a large horizontal screen
ePawn will showcase the first version of its physical gaming Arena at E3, a large screen capable of tracking real-world objects.

Real touch feeling is back.
With its patented technology, ePawn is bringing the pleasure of touching real playing pieces into video games and is capable of tracking numerous pieces simultaneously.

Conviviality is back.
With virtually no limit on the size of the detection surface, ePawn’s technology proposes a large screen to allow up to 6 players to gather around the Arena.

Simplicity is back.
ePawn Arena can be connected to any computing device such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, PCs…
Existing and new games can easily integrate ePawn’s SDK to take into account the playing pieces within the gameplay.
E3 attendees are invited to stop by the ePawn booth (#613, South Hall) to see and play demos on ePawn Arena.
ePawn Arena is intended to be available for commercial release by early 2012 at the price of a gaming console.

For more information about ePawn and ePawn Arena, please visit http://www.epawnarena.com


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