Extreme Reality makes your camera a 3D gaming system

(Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET)

LAS VEGAS–I avoid buying new hardware whenever possible, so if I can add functionality to my existing gear with a simple software solution, I’m interested.

Extreme Reality (XTR3D) does just that. It turns your run-of-the-mill 2D camera into a full-body motion control system for fully interactive gaming.

The idea is you can forget Microsoft’s Kinect.

At CES 2013, Israel-based Extreme Reality showed off the software on Windows and Android systems with several motion-oriented games like Current Circus’ Beat Booster.

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