Unreal Engine 4-powered “Loading Human” Gets STEM System Trailer

Untold Games and Sixense Entertainent have released a new video featuring Sixense’s STEM System in use with Loading Human, the virtual reality adventure game powered by groundbreaking controls and set in a thrilling sci-fi world.

As the press release reads, the STEM System is a wireless, motion tracking platform for video games, offering full-body presence in virtual reality.

“It enables players to interact naturally and intuitively with games by tracking full position and orientation at all times, whether at the desktop or throughout the entire living room.”

Loading Human is currently in development for PC and Mac, and has had its concept approved for PlayStation4’s “Project Morpheus” virtual reality system. The game is powered by Unreal Engine 4, and a Kickstarter campaign was launched on 6 May 2014 to fund the completion of the first Chapter of a three-part saga, planned for release during Q1 2015. 

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