French streamer Superzouloux has created a Yu-Gi-Oh 3D battle arena within his very own home. Footage of the arena was shared on Twitter by Jake Lucky. This included a clip demonstrating how the arena works. The footage shows 3D models appearing on camera once a card has been played, similar to how it does in games like Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. However, it doesn’t stop there.
Superzouloux also programmed cameras to switch perspectives once the card has been played. This has created an entirely hands-free experience for the streamer, which is demonstrated in the footage. In an extended YouTube video he reveals that he was working on this project for roughly 7 months behind the scenes. He breaks down he process of creating this system. This includes the effort that went into making the 3D models for the cards and the creation of special electronic parts.
You can watch footage of Superzouloux’s Yu-Gi-Oh 3D battle arena below. It video does feature subtitles, so viewers can read about his process in creating the fully functional arena while watching the clip.
French streamer @Superzouloux has done something actually insane. Fulfilling his childhood dream of making a real 3D Yu-Gi-Oh battle possible— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) October 31, 2022
It took him 7 months to complete and it's incredible pic.twitter.com/ePvtDCtm7q
For those unable to create their very own Yu-Gi-Oh 3D battle arenas, Konami has released several Yu-Gi-Oh games throughout the years. This includes the mentioned Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, which is a free-to-play title for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, PC, Android, and iOS.
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