Many Monkeys Development
Based in Melbourne, Australia
January, 16, 2012
Live Event Installation (PC)
Future Play was a four-player, motion-tracked game that was featured in the ANZ Dome at the 2013 Australian Open. Thousands of people hit the virtual courts and battled it out in front of giant flat-screen TVs, with their movements tracked by a combination of PlayStation Moves, Kinects and PC hardware. Many Monkeys developed the game and the technology running the interactive space.
Based on our other work in motion-tracking on projects like our Curious Creatures, we were approached to help add something special to the ANZ Dome which would give players a chance to step out onto the courts of the future and have a laugh with their friends and family as well as get a silly photo of them mid-shot. Lots of hardware. Great chance to be featured at one of Melbourne’s biggest events.
- Combined several motion tracking technologies including 10 Kinects and 4 PlayStation Moves
- More than 3,000 games played and 10,000 players during the Open
- Photos for everyone
- Big hit with the clients, players and dome people
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About Many Monkeys Development
Many Monkeys is an Australian independent game studio that explores places where games, interactive art spaces and roundabout shakespeare references meet. It’s more fun than a barrel of game devs.
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ANZ Future Play Credits
Business & Development
Rhys Van Der Waerden
Shader and Particle Artist