Researchers at the National University of Singapore have developed a mixed-reality version of the classic Pac Man game — by “tracking objects in the real world and overlaying 3D models on top using wearable computers and custom made headsets.” Video demonstration after the jump.

Pac Man collects virtual cookies by walking through them, while Ghosts can “eat” Pac Man by physically trapping him. However, Pac Man can collect power-pills, which are Bluetooth-embedded boxes hidden in the game area to become Super Pac Man

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Researchers at the National University of Singapore have developed a mixed-reality version of the classic Pac Man game — by “tracking objects in the real world and overlaying 3D models on top using wearable computers and custom made headsets.” Video demonstration after the jump.

Pac Man collects virtual cookies by walking through them, while Ghosts can “eat” Pac Man by physically trapping him. However, Pac Man can collect power-pills, which are Bluetooth-embedded boxes hidden in the game area to become Super Pac Man

[via lotophage]