If there ever were such thing as post World Cup blues then this would be the geeky way to cure that condition. ARFootball is an iPhone application which has definitely been inspired by the World Cup lets you play footy via augmented reality technology on your iPhone.
It is a simple iPhone 4 app that enables the user to juggle a virtual football at their foot. The app offers different level of difficult and allows you to play in free play mode or arcade mode. Continue reading »
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If you’ve become a fan of 3D TVs lately, you’ll fancy this quick clip. Directed by Jonathan Glazer (Blur, Radiohead), the advert you may have seen already has been designed to be seen on both 3D and 2D TV sets. The idea behind viewing it in 2D is that it gives viewers the chance to imagine what the advert will look like in 3D. Its still not too late for you to watch this year’s World Cup in 3D at home too and Sony is giving you a taste of what it will be like. Anyway, here’s the video featuring the making of the ad…
Will anybody in the UK bother playing Madden 10 online? After all, American football is perhaps more maligned that any other major sports over here, launched at by rugby fans and unjustly cast aside as complicated and boring. Spend a little time with EA’s increasingly accessible Madden Series, however, and your tune may change. It’s the sporting equivalent of a turn-based RGP, with both players identifying and experimenting with the best plays in order to outfox their opponents. And in respect, Madden 10 online is superb.