Digital entertainment executive Dick Wnuk will serve as a senior advisor.
CHICAGO – July 8, 2015 – LyteShot, Inc., a live-action augmented reality gaming platform, has appointed Dick Wnuk to its board of advisors.
“As the augmented reality space grows quickly, we are positioning LyteShot to be at the forefront of augmented reality game development,” said Mark J. Ladd, CEO of LyteShot. “Bringing Dick onto our board of advisors substantially enhances LyteShot’s digital domain expertise and we look forward to his sage insights and guidance through the formative times ahead.”
2015 International CES, Sands Expo Booth #74728
LyteShot Inc. today announced it will demonstrate its live action, augmented reality gaming platform on the Epson Moverio™ BT-200 smart glasses at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas at the Epson America booth #74728 in the Sands Convention Center.
At CES 2015 this morning, tech veterans and industry leaders are giddily running around with sensors and handheld devices, engaged in a live-action, first-person shooter. And all thanks to a Chicago startup.
LyteShot, the sensor-based mobile gaming platform that blends modern day technology with old fashioned outdoor play, is demoing its first game, Assassin, at the world’s premier consumer electronics conference. …
It’s sort of like laser tag, but smarter, more dynamic, more connected, and built in a way that enables a broader range of gametypes. Right now the platform only supports one gametype (assassin) but others are currently in development. We got a chance to fiddle with some of the peripherals they’re building, and they’re already pretty far along. The augmented-reality glasses were pretty mind blowing…
Chris and Marty review LyteShot live from the floor of CES…
Starting and growing a business is tough work. But even the most successful entrepreneurs and professionals need to cut loose and have some fun every now and then. This belief isn’t lost on many of the tech startups that are exhibiting here at the Consumer Electronics Show. Here are three new products that aim to get people doing something other than the usual grind…
This new project features awesome VR HUDs, gear that links to your smart phone, open source software and 3D printable weapons…
With a team of four industry experts who have experience in the 3D and entertainment industries, the startup has not only created a platform for gamers to enjoy, but have also made their hardware and software designs easy for makers and developers to further develop the system into something of their own creation:…
Would Your Care To Step Outside? LyteShot Aims to Take Mobile Gaming to the Next Level.
Open-based gaming has evolved.
Put That Back
This takes phasers on stun to a whole new level. The folks at LyteShot Inc. have generated a lot of buzz for its new innovative mobile gaming product which converts any outdoor environment into your personal combat arena. The product was initially announced last quarter and has generated a lot of buzz since its official unveiling…
LyteShot Aiming to Re-Shape the Definition of Mobile Gaming
Laser tag-style IR sensors + mobile apps = a live action gaming revolution?
The name of the system—and the company—is LyteShot. And if the tech veterans behind the company have anything to say about it, LyteShot will soon become the most versatile, immersive, and open live action gaming platform available… making laser tag, as we know it, a thing of the past…
Jim Dallke – Staff Writer, Chicago Inno
So we’ve rounded up 15 startups that we’re keeping our eye on in 2015. These aren’t necessarily the companies that have raised the most funding or have the best chance to go public, but they have developed truly innovative ideas and are poised to expand their business and make an impact in 2015.
It seems that many game developers have tried to get into the kinetic game market in recent years, in one way or another. And it seems as though every once in a while a new indie developer attempts to emerge and try to take a piece of the pie—as meager as it usually is. Lyteshot, however, is aiming for so much more.
LyteShot’s State-of-the-Art, Sensor-Based Mobile Platform Recognized By CEA in the Gaming Hardware & Accessories Category
The pioneering game system creator LyteShot Inc. announced today it was named a 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Innovation Awards Honoree by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) in recognition of the development of the company’s sensor-based mobile gaming platform LyteShot.
Will Flanagan, Chicago Inno
A startup is working to not only write a new chapter in Chicago’s gaming history, but to transform the industry entirely. By bringing mobile gaming and augmented reality into the real world, LyteShot – operating out of the Catalyze shared space – is building a brand new gaming market segment – live action gaming.