The future of board games

The Human Media Lab at Queen’s University in Ontario wants to use slim, networked touchscreen hexagonal tiles with edge-to-edge OLED displays to play the games.

Check out the video below where they demo the idea by “faking” the hexagons with projectors, because the tech out there is not quite there yet.

Also even if the tech would be around already your board game would be about $1000

I’d play it if I could afford it


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