The Illusion Factory was hired by Real Play to build a Cinema Roulette game that would play in a movie theater inside the Venetian Casino in which the audience would have tablets for them to place remote bets while sitting inside the theater. This was created before the invention of iPads or tablets, so the playing device was a small remote computer. The Cinema Roulette wheel was animated in Maya 3D for each possible outcome, and then attached to a Nevada Gaming Commission Approved random number generator and projected on large screen to connect with the handheld devices. This game was a revolutionary achievement in its time and paved the way for many other crowd based regulated games that have followed since.
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