Cloud gaming service leverages Scaleform for multitude of devices
With customers now able to stream games to any internet-ready device, Gaikai has signed a deal with Autodesk to use their Scaleform tech to up the ante for user interface across their multi-platform service.
Gaikai makes it possible to play AAA games on any system regardless of specifications by remotely processing game data and relaying the image to the client's screen through the cloud.
With a multitude of devices in a variety of form factors, user interface is a huge hurdle.
But Gaikai is confident that their solution, leveraging Adobe Flash and Autodesk Scaleform, is up to the challenge.
"Gaikai is designed for game developers, publishers and platform partners to deliver the highest quality interactive experiences to any screen on any device, even if the games are impossible to run locally,” said Gaikai CEO David Perry.
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