Listen: Cameron, Redmond And Microsoft discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"Can basically interact with these adventures, if an actual Minecraft game. So you might find resources or you might find creatures to kill, or you might try and three creatures so you can get resources yourself and you can do all of this with of players in the real well to interactive each other. You can see of players like I can see you in real life. But your Minecraft name is above your head, and you're playing trying to snatch different resources. So that's the adventures bit. And there's also this element of your walking around a map, and this is just looking your phone screen, not with Cameron. And you can pick up all these resources around you which is very much like Pokemon go, you, you could pick up resources and CPAC on the map and tap them and try and catch them. There's a similar thing, whereas you walking around town, you'd be able to find a diamond or a pickaxe or, or whatever element of collecting from the real world as well. And you mentioned Pokemon go there and every time there is augmented reality game that is released since Pokemon go, which, I think, how like more than billion downloads around the world is everything is compared to poke mongo a Microsoft is saying that this is obviously saying is better, but it's a different in the way it's actually trying to be true, augmented reality. Yeah, exactly. And there's kind of a degree of hubris and kind of the real, augmented reality game in this because I went to the monk rob shooters in Redmond near Seattle in America, and there's a lot talk of the hasn't been the augmented reality killer app, and this is going to be at because really if you think Pokemon go remember the aspect was when you see Pok Mon, you can kind of flip into a mode and that. Kind of projected along in"