The IDW comic book Wild Blue Yonder, created by Zach Howard, Mike Raicht and Austin Harrison and produced by Noble Transmission is being adapted into an app with Two Bit Circus and Intel as an Intel Realsense production.
The comic set in a post-apocalyptic future in the sky, where a fighter pilot and her family fight to survive will be adapted into an experience that uses Intel RealSense's depth-sensing 3D cameras to allow apps to respond to changing facial exspression and head movement, hand gestures and more
Two Bit Circus, an experiential entertainment company, will co-produce the app powered by Intel RealSense technology, which in Wild Blue Yonder will allow you to fly with a jetpack, with gameplay based on fighter plane movements, as well as read the comic book in a new way.
Imaging flipping from panel to panel with a flick of your finger in the air – or the direction of your stare…. you look at a panel and it changes?
The app will tell the whole six issue story of Wild Blue Yonder, using comic book artwork in animation and adapting the plot…
It does sounds awfully impressive!