Dan Eisenhardt, CEO of Recon Instruments joins CNET's Reporter's Roundtable to discuss Google's Project Glass. CNET says, "If you can't wait for Google to launch its augmented-reality product, I hope you like snow because Recon Instruments makes a heads-up display product just for skiers." Watch the video here.
Montreal, Canada – (April 10th, 2012) Montreal-based Sardine Productions in co-production with Gamerizon Studio Inc., have signed a development deal with TELETOON Canada Inc. to bring the CHOP CHOP NINJA universe to television screens and beyond. The CHOP CHOP NINJA downloadable game has reached more than 5 million downloads worldwide.... read more →
Gamezebo has put up an interview with Gamerizon CEO, Alex Sakiz discussing the plans for an upcoming Chop Chop Ninja World cartoon project: When we recently touched base with you at GDC, you had mentioned that a Chop Chop Ninja cartoon was in the works that would be debuting on... read more →
Pretty much ever since Chop Chop Ninja was released, fans have been demanding a sequel. Developer Gamerizon has been listening but instead of rolling out Chop Chop Ninja 2, it's come up with something even better. If you weren't able to make it to GDC to gets a hands on... read more →
Recon Instruments, award winning innovator of Heads-up Display (HUD) technology for action sport athletes,is excited to be announced as an official partner of the Winter X Games Europe, March 14-16th in Tignes, France. Recon will be on hand in TheInteractive X Fest Village and at multiple on-hill sites demoing and... read more →
Zynga, the world's leading provider of social games, announced today their new Zynga Platform to provide players with more ways to play and more people to play with. With the announcement of the Zynga Platform, they also welcomed three game developers, Sava Transmedia, Mob Science, and Row Sham Bow as... read more →
TIME Techland's Doug Aamoth tries out Recon Instruments' MOD Live and says, "man, is this thing fun". Here's an excerpt: The fastest I’ve ever gone on skis is 45 miles per hour. I did so at exactly 6:49pm and 19 seconds on December 29, 2011. How do I know that? My... read more →