You heard the buzz of 5G technology, but just how fast is it? While numbers are good enough indication of its blazing fast speeds, some companies have taken novel approach to demonstrate it, including using it to control a robot dog, using it control Snowbots for a snowball fight, and more.
Huawei, arguably the leader in this new technology, is not far behind. It has demonstrated what 5G can do with a mobile/VR game played through the company’s Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G, VR gear, haptic feedback gears and sensors.
The set up involved one gamer playing on mobile and his opponent an actual Kung Fu master who was hooked up to a VR setup powered by the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G. A center coordinates the event as the two players: one in the physical world, making physical moves against the mobile gamer who executes his move through a mobile game.
It is cool to see physical and virtual gaming melts together, but I reserve my rights to be skeptical. I mean, is this even real? Or it was staged? Now, I don’t want to be the judge. Instead, we invite you to have a look at the video and be your own judge of things. Before you go on and watch the video embedded below, you have to know this is a marketing campaign by ad agency Ogilvy.
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