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World 1-1, aka the first level in Super Mario Bros., is one of the most iconic levels in video game history, and even those who have never played the game know how the level looks. Mario comes bouncing in, smooshes a Goomba then starts...Show More Summary
Experience what it feels like to live through the first level of Super Mario Bros. if it got the augmented reality Pokemon Go treatment.
Developer Abhishek Singh wanted to see what kind of stuff he could do with Microsoft HoloLens, so he decided to replicate World 1-1 from Super Mario Bros. in augmented reality. If you thought people wearing Google Glass looked silly walking around…
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A 28-year-old developer was playing around with the Microsoft Hololens when he suddenly got the idea to recreate Super Mario Bros. for augmented reality. Abhishek Singh spent about a month working on this demo, which was a replica of the iconic first level of the Super Mario Bros. Show More Summary
This makes Pokemon Go look like Pong
Other than Pokemon Go, augmented reality hasn't received the same kind of attention as virtual reality. Apple's AR initiative on iOS 11 will make a difference in the months to come, but there simply isn't all that much AR content to consume at the moment. Show More Summary
Super Mario Bros. is iconic, so it’s a natural target for augmented reality development, where everything nostalgic is new again. This demo, created by Abhishek Singh, really is amazing, however. Singh recreated the first level of Super Mario Bros. Show More Summary
Augmented reality is on its way towards becoming mainstream, especially after Apple unveiled its ARKit for developers earlier this month. But the technology may become popular sooner than expected, however, thanks to one enterprising...Show More Summary
Forget Pokémon Go. I want to play Super Mario Bros. in augmented reality. Well, coder and designer Abhishek Singh has done it. He has recreated “World 1-1” from the game in Unity3D. Super Mario Bros. has…
We've already plenty of awesome applications of HoloLens augmented reality prowess, but arguably none have been as cool as this....
Super Mario Bros meets Augmented Reality in this crazy life sized first person experience! For this project Abhishek Singh recreated the iconic first level from the original Super Mario Bros. game and played it in Central Park, NYC. The game was built in Unity3D for the Microsoft Hololens platform. Show More Summary
One of my favorite parts about the Super Smash Bros. series is the build-up to the next game and all the wacky screenshots Nintendo cooks up along the way. Poring over every last image brings me to my youth, back when I'd do the exact same thing with video game magazines rather than Twitter feeds. Show More Summary
Augmented reality is proving to be just as popular as virtual reality. Pokemon Go was the first AR title to achieve mainstream recognition, and now other are trying to emulate it. Of, course, there are others who want to have fun along...Show More Summary
This is a video of Abhishek Singh demonstrating the recreation of Super Mario Bros level 1-1 he made to play with Microsoft's Hololens augmented reality headset. Overall it looks pretty promising, although I don't remember Mario being able to just walk around all those warp pipes. Show More Summary
Not to detract from the cool tech creation here, but programmer Abhishek Singh's augmented reality reimagining of Super Mario Bros. World 1-1 for HoloLens isn't even the craziest thing about this video. That honor goes instead to the...Show More Summary
Video. If Microsoft wants a guaranteed way to sell a million Hololens augmented reality headsets, it should listen to Abhishek Singh and pitch the hardware as the ultimate way to get in shape by playing the first level of Super Mario Bros. in real life. Unlike the Wii's balance board accessory, this might actually help you shed a few kilos. More »