For the Cleveland Indians organization, Perfect Prototype created two engaging ways to experience baseball virtually.
How closely can you match the stance of your favorite Indian Players? We configured the motion sensors from Microsoft X-Box Kinect to track a visitor’s body and let them try to match their body in 60 seconds to the stance of an Indians player.
Can you be one of Cleveland’s baseball announcing greats? Perfect Prototype’s Cleveland Indians Broadcast Booth Interactive lets fans select from some of the greatest Indians’ baseball moments and record their own play-by-play. When completed, videos are uploaded to YouTube where users can receive a link to share videos of their unique call combined with classic game footage, ready for sharing!
Perfect Prototype teamed up with long time partner Dimensional Innovations for these experiences.
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