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February 11, 1999


By CBR Staff Writer

Games company Reality Fusion Inc of Santa Cruz, California, has come up with six new games that can be controlled using natural body movements. The games, which use the company’s FreeAction software in conjunction with a digital video camera, are Human Pinball, a games show called Trivial Fusion, Two Player Shoop (basketball), Pong Ping (tennis), a music program called FishMusic 2000, and a counting game for young children called Bath Time. Reality Fusion says it wants to establish FreeAction as a standard for video camera-based entertainment and education programs by licensing its technology to other software companies. It is already licensing products to video camera manufacturers including Intel Corp and PC peripherals company Logitech International SA. Its technology is based on algorithms that use a camera to perform edge, shape, and color detection.

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