Autonomous Game Console OTON X Set for Open UI Beta Signup

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Today, the EnGeniux OTON X autonomous game console is set to open beta signup to early adopters and developers to demo the console basic user interface (UI) on the EnGeniux OTON X test server in a few weeks.

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The OTON X console is the first autonomous game console being prepared for market. The console has attributes similar to other upcoming autonomous devices such as cars and home automation systems; the only difference is that OTON self-creates games, without human input. The system creates games using a custom algorithm with preset design parameters and a sprite database to create custom game environments.

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During the beta testing, the project will offer crowdfunded OTON X (developer units) to early adopters and developers. Systems will cost $99 for early bird units and $139 for standard units. These models will not have the built-in rear projector. Over one thousand users have signed up for OTON beta testing, with the list growing daily. “We’re excited to let gamers, developers and media interact with the OTON UI because of its unique design layout,” says OTON X creator and project manager Derrick Samuels.

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The goal of the beta is to gain feedback on the user interface and to move forward with adding more features. Interested parties can sign up for the OTON X UI beta here.

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Jim Smale

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  • Jessika S.

    It wont be successful…. The Market is full and we have other struggling to hang on.

    • Arnold Stallone

      …compared to other manufacturers, that need to sell hundreds millions of systems and games.
      If the system costs less than 50$ to make, and they can make 20-30$ net on each unit, and if they sell 100’000 units in 3 years, maybe they will be happy with sales…

      • Jessika S.

        True, completely agree.

  • WTF! I want to try it!