Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Miniature real races that are managed from an iPad

This story begins when David Beattie lost his job a few years ago. At that time, decided that he would devote his time to create the miniature racing game world's most spectacular. He began building the stage in his garage, and he ended up creating his own company.

Real racing miniature handled from an iPad

Last year, Audi Beattie contacted and both became part of a project that was to create an interactive stage racing in the middle of Toronto, as part of an advertising campaign for the A4 Quattro sedan model.

juego pista carreras ipad Carreras Reales en Miniatura que se Manejan desde un iPad

The invention could enjoy in the middle of the city, housed in a transparent container industry for the enjoyment of pedestrians. Although no longer available to the public, its creation and implementation will be the main subject of a short documentary titled "Painting Coconuts".

And you will say: What has all this to do with the iPad? Quite simply, because the remote control cars speed by controlling their iOS application, which enables viewing the action from a camera mounted on the vehicle itself. Thus, the user feels as if you were driving the car itself, thanks to the magic of iPad. You can see it at minute 6:30 in the video below.

If you have 15 minutes, take a look at the whole video. It's fascinating how the passion of a few can faithfully recreate what may well be a real race, but in miniature. The detail of the trees and cars is amazing.

Have any of you are fond of modeling? Were you able to control your thumbnails from an iPad?

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