In the technology start-up space, China often gets slammed for having no innovation. However when we do uncover truly innovative things in China, it makes it stand out. I was recently shown an innovative mobile game, called Crows Coming that utilizes ‘move your body technology’ to play the game.

While many games on iPhone or iPad still use touch sensor technology, Beijing-based start-up, Vision Hacker has released a game that requires no touch at all, but instead for you to shake your head from side to side…um like you just don’t care?

The goal of the game is simple. A scarecrow in the middle of the field needs to protect pumpkins from menacing crows that swoop down to steal them. To defend against the crows, you control the position of the scarecrow by swinging your head from side to side, essentially head motion.

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Jason Lim

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.