Last year, Hasbro revealed an updated version of its classic Simon gamethat didn’t require you to press multi-color buttons. With Simon Air, you just put your hand close to the color and it device would detect your motion.
This new model is a wearable headset that looks something like HoloLens or wearable some other AR/VR headset but it doesn’t do any of that.For this year’s Simon game New York Simon game Toy Fair, the company is taking hands-free play a step further with Simon Optix.
Built-in motion sensors track where your hands are and if you get to the specified located fast enough. Similar to the classic version, Instead, Simon Simon game Optix makes you wave wearable your hands in front of your face as the visor illuminates the area/color you need to pick.
If you have multiple Optix headsets, they can Simon game be paired together for a head-to-head or multiplayer setup.The movements become more wearable complex as the Simon game progresses and a buzzer will signal the disappointment when you make a wrong move.
Simon Optix is set to go on sale this fall for $25. Simon game Just remember to stock up on AA batteries before you nab one. Don’t get too wearable close or you may end up slapping each other. If you want to give it a wearable shot, Each player will be given the Simon game same sequence and speed to see who can get the furthest.