Laser Tag meets the iPhone meets CNET NY Video
Laser Tag meets the iPhone meets CNET NY Video Transcript
And Scott Stein has. Have you ever played laser tag I used a long time ago and those toys it's still around for years. It turns out that -- has finally hacked IOS compatibility on to them with the new laser tag that's coming out now. Through the fault -- new blasters have believe it or not. An iPhone or iPod Touch bracket that allows you to plug it right in there and use your iPhone or iPod Touch as it heads up display. In combination with playing multi person laser tag where every war. Strange idea well kinda gimmicky but when you use the download IOS app that shows you some built in. Augmented reality targets that interact -- what you're shooting -- as well and provide a strange -- video game like laser tag experience. That's definitely not like anything else has been out there and for forty dollars for one of these were 75 for two. It's not that expensive to get on board compared to other IOS toys and accessories to how does -- work well. We grabbed ten people in accepts up to 24 players. And up who tried it. -- -- -- themselves. So we -- an issue -- 505 I'd say it was didn't expect we did some people who didn't have iphones and -- some people that original. Weapons and we have a lot of systems crashed on us maybe that's the beta software. But at some of them seem like you weren't quite registering others seem like they where volume was light winds so -- I like it did a great job.
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