On the trail of a virtual eagle

Nugent Le Fay. VR detection not working. On Wednesday, Nogent-le-Phaye Library, in partnership with the District Council, showcased a 3-hour (by reservation) virtual reality discovery, to an audience of teens – from the age of 10 – and adults.

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Only five participants, ages 16 to 62, were able to attend due to health restrictions. The game was called “Eagle Fight”: with the help of a giant screen, a helmet placed above the eyes and a controller, the participants were able to discover all the stages of an eagle’s life in the apocalyptic Paris where wildlife has regained its rights. And also discover historical attractions: from fishing to eating by making a nest with tests of speed, skill and dexterity. This game was played with PS4 and two digital animators, Christophe Chenard and Silvia Russo.

A score had to be beat between each participant and each task lasted from 1 to 6 minutes. “The participants didn’t have to be video game players and we had more females than the male audience,” Christophe Chenard said.

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Frank Mccarthy

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