Techno Source is exhibiting Kurio Motion 2.0 games at the 2015 International CES show in Las Vegas. Kurio Motion 2.0 games allow kids to compete against their friends and family, race against a virtual player, or even play cooperatively with one another. Each game has three levels that gets kids jumping, running, and moving their bodies as they dance, raft down rivers, race, and more. Eight Kurio Motion 2.0 games will be available for all Kurio devices this fall, and additional applications are in development.
Built for kids, the Kurio line of Android devices introduced the first single player body-controlled games on a tablet. Kurio Motion technology detects players’ movements through the tablet’s front-facing camera. Kurio Motion 2.0 games feature advanced movement recognition technology with more sensitive motion detection functionality.