Sega’s Go Dance To Use FaceTime Camera for Motion Control

Today Sega revealed an upcoming iOS dancing game called Go Dance, which they say will use the iOS device’s Facetime camera as an interactive, motion-based sensor. Players will have to mimic the choreography of their on-screen avatars in order to obtain a high score.

No screenshots or video of the game have been released yet, but Sega said in a press release that more information about the game’s songs, backgrounds, and avatars will be available soon.

We’ve had some unique experiences with camera-based games, like ARBasketball, a game that places an augmented reality hoop into your surroundings. We also gave a Must Have score to Square Enix’s recent RPG Bloodmasque, which gives players the option of placing a photo of their face onto the main character’s body.

Sega’s Go Dance will be available in Fall 2013, and we’ll bring you more details or a hands-on/full-body preview as soon as we can.

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