Kybernan Holographic Gaming Network: New Software Could Provide Realistic Setting for Games

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Kybernan Holographic Gaming NetworkIt’s fair to say that Google Earth was revolutionary. It transformed a map from being something restricted to a specific area, to allowing people to view the details of streets in any country in the world, and even walk along on simulated versions of them. A similar concept is now in the works that could be applied to computer games. Illinois-based NGO the Kybernan Corporation is currently attempting to gain funding via Kickstarter to create a piece of software that aggregates existing maps, demographic info, etc. to enable players to play in simulations of any location on earth. The idea is that instead of being limited to pre-programmed locations and characters, they will be able to play as themselves in their own hometowns. Existing data from services such as Google Earth and Google Maps will be used to render detailed cityscapes.

If this software gets funded Corporation officials have stated that society could potentially use it for numerous other purposes. The Kybernan Corporation also has a variety of related projects currently in the idea stage, including an online platform aimed at improving lawmaking. They are clearly extremely ambitious in the scope of their projects, but can they actually pull them off? The only way we’ll ever know that is if they gain the funding they’re looking for. It’s something of a gamble, because as far as I’m aware, they have no record of similar successful endeavors. However, I guess all new inventions fall within this category. Only time will tell whether they will be able to deliver. Check their project out for yourself here.

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