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Can you play without miniatures at all: with icons displayed by the surface?
And why does the surface show a square grid instead of what I remember as the standard D&D hexagonal grid (easily substituted by a the inside of a fast food burger wrapper)?
DnD 4.0 has a square grid. There is the option of incorporating a hexagonal one, but the rules are less restrictive in terms of diagonal movement and such.
Also, I can imagine a system like this that doesn't need any sort of recognition beyond tactile recognition if all you wanted to do was keep track of ones place in the game. I've thought of doing something similar for a game session just using photoshop layers.
But it does look insanely awesome.
Technology ... looking for a reason to exist ...
Maybe they could use it to show Maury on?
It's really just embarrassing how bad Microsoft 2 years ago looks compared to Apple today.
I hope we get to see this at PAX west this year.