Play PS3 Games on iPhone, iPad

ipad-ps3Gaming on mobile devices is picking up, and we’re about to see notebook level games on mobile devices thanks to dual core processors. But Gaming console level game is still a far dream. But the latest trick lets you play Playstation 3 (PS3) Games on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, easily.

Most VNC clients just let you access your PC, Mac remotely. They work fine for most of your applications but Gaming is out of the scope due to limited frame-rate over limited bandwidths and almost no support for controls/gestures. The new app called EveryAir beats these drawbacks by letting you control Games via on-screen gestures, as a result, your Gaming controls work flawlessly. In addition, the video works without a jerk bringing almost Native feel to the games right on your iOS device.

Checkout the video demo of World Of Warcraft and StarCraft 2 running on iPhone, iPad:

The app is very identical to OnLive, the cloud computing platform. The game processign happens on the real high-end hardware and is then streamed to iPhone, iPad, other iOS devices.  The ability to play your own PS3 (and soon, Xbox 360) games from just about anywhere would also be seen on PC, Mac soon.

Preliminary App is available in App Store for $4.99

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