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Reality Video Games

Can a video game merge with elements of our real world surroundings through a smart phone app?  Is this the birth of Reality Video Games? And the next frontier for mobile gaming and our mobile devices?

Join us at a special Day and Time – Wednesday, February 6th at 4:00pm EST as we discuss this and preview the new Star Trek Into Darkness mobile App that is in fact claiming to blurr the line between fantasy and reality.  STID2

With the release of its first Starfleet mission during the 2nd quarter of the Superbowl – the Star Trek Into Darkness video game mobile app will pull information from your real world into the mission itself.  

How do they do it?  What does this mean?  Tune in and Find Out.  This is something we have to see. 

amy_powell_headshot We will be joined on air by Amy Powell, Executive Vice President, Interactive Marketing at Paramount Pictures, and President of Paramount’s Digital Entertainment and Insurge Pictures. Amy oversees digital strategy and interactive marketing campaigns for numerous films – partially including Paranormal Activity, Transformers, G.I. Joe, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Indiana Jones, Mission Impossible and, of course Star Trek.

Also joining us will be Peter Marx, Vice President, Business Development of Qualcomm Labs who handles the commercialization for emerging technologies for the Labs and has vast experience with online and digital gaming & the user experience. Peter Marx

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January 29, 2013 - Posted by | Episode Descriptions | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. We will be joined on air by Peter Marx, Vice President, Business Development, Qualcomm Labs, Inc. who is spearheading this gaming innovation.

    Comment by techtodayradio | January 29, 2013 | Reply


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