Play The House of the Dead 2 with Eye Tracking

My my technology is advancing quite rapidly these days. This video describes how players can play the game with the use of eye tracking powered by Tobii T120 eye tracker. Eye tracking is the process of measuring either the point of gaze (“where we are looking”) or the motion of an eye relative to the head. An eye tracker is a device for measuring eye positions and eye movement. Eye trackers are used in research on the visual system, in psychology, in cognitive linguistics and in product design. Basically, you can just move the cross air with your eye and click a zombie to obilivion.

Fans of the Dead: Japanese Fan Art Showcase

We have a lot of HotD fans in the United States of America and United Kingdom, who spend their hard earned quarters blasting Curien’s creatures to obilivion. Even to a point of a fanbase like the Sonic series showing of their own fan art. Though, the US/EU are not the only ones, Japan even has a fanbase for The House of the Dead series. I’ve stumbled upon tons of fan art by the Japanese and there by far beautiful and amazing!

Fans of the Dead: Farewell by Tom Waterhouse

Found this work of art while searching on Google. This beautiful and gritty artwork was done by Tom Waterhouse aka 2D Forever. This short comic strip is based on the bad ending in the first House of the Dead game if you performed poorly. Here’s his description.

“This is the anti-climatic ending to the original “the House of the Dead” –still my favourite in the series. After slaying a few hundred zombies and stopping the evil scientist, Curien, this is what you get for your efforts… I love it. It just smacks you in the face –your game is done, but poor Rogan (the protaganist you’ve been playing as) has nothing anymore. There were multiple endings, but all began with the same bleak outlook for Rogan. If you’re really unlucky, you get an additional part to the ending where you see Rogan’s fiancée, Sophie, as a zombie. That really freaked me out the first time I saw that one…

Anyway, this was a quick tribute to what I think is a great and simple ending. I wanted to see if I could get the story across effectively in comic form. I think it works ok, what do you think?”

Planning to fit the story in comic form? Yes, do that please!

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