On the 9th of March, BraveYourself UG, a german company that creates visualizations and computer games, presented their newly developed game „Game of Drones“ – that can be wishlisted on steam (Game of Drones on Steam) – in the capital of Germany, Berlin.
The audience of more than 150 representatives of politics, media and tech, came together to see, how 5G can revolutionize the gaming industry and our everyday lives. In the Beginning, Markus Haas, CEO of Telefonica Germany, explained, how he believes that 5G will be our best hope to fight climate change,
while the famous moderator and journalist dunja hayali suggests, that 5G can also help us against fake news. She hopes, that the new technology will be available to the people in the city and the countryside very soon.
If we talk about the future of our connectivity, we should also have a look on how to protect our privacy. That’s when Jewgenij Kaspersk hit the stage and told the public, that it is impossible to 100% protect the network, but we can make it immune against attacks. That means, that the costs for an attack should be higher than the information that the aggressor can steal. So basically it is just like everything else in the world of computers and smart phones.
Max Aigner, Founder of BraveYourself UG, finalized the event with his speech about their new product „Game of Drones„, a mixture of football and hockey where people from all over the world compete against each other in an arena filled with drones. The game is available on steam and can be played both in virtual reality and on a normal PC.
Max Aigner also pointed out, that the future of sports might be a remote controlled robot sports event where drone pilots from all over the world compete against each other just like in the olympic games.
After the event the public was invited to test the 5G Showcases from Nokia (latency free table tennis in VR), Mercedes Benz, BraveYourself (3D Football like rocket league but with drones in VR and non-VR), Samsung (the new S20 5G) and others.