Bensalem March, 2014 – It’s here! The Game you have all been waiting for! VTree Entertainment is extremely proud to announce that “Volleyball Motion Sensing” is now available on Apple Store for your IPad.
Why not head down to the beach and play a spot of Volleyball?
Volleyball Motion Sensing is an incredibly realistic game for its really delightful graphic. You can choose among 16 different Olympics teams to play for or against with 5 different courts across the world, from the beautiful tropical beach to the most picturesque backdrops.
Volleyball Motion Sensing enables players to enjoy the exciting experience of motion-controlled gaming system.
What an incredible chance to reveal your talents, isn't it? Join the best teams and show your level by hitting the ball, jumping by using nothing more than your body and your tablet!
Volleyball Motion Sensing is easy to use and instantly fun for you and your friends, bring beach volleyball into your living room without the swimsuit and sand.
Gets your whole body into the game, probably some muscle warm up but a bottle of water will definitely help you!
Download the future of gaming, now : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/volleyball-motion-sensing/id794303671?mt=8
For more details visit http://www.vtreeentertainment.com.
A video demonstration of Volleyball Motion Sensing is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH7dCkpR1i8&feature=youtu.be
About VTree Entertainment
As a leader in the Video Gaming and Virtual Reality industry, VTree™ entertainment develops products to make a real difference. The most important part of VTree Entertainment products, and the company’s overall philosophy, is that the method is fun for everyone. VTree’s video games can be manipulated to match the operator’s level of competency, meaning most children and adults can “play” regardless of their level of gaming skills.
About Extreme Reality
Extreme Reality enables a future where people interact with computing devices by their body motion, without touching anything It is the only company to provide full-body, software-based, motion analysis and control to any computing device or operating system via a standard camera.