This Guy From Pakistan Is Going To Turn All Your Wildest Fantasies Into Reality

This Guy From Pakistan Is Going To Turn All Your Wildest Fantasies Into Reality

Meet Asad J. Malik

He’s the guy who is planning turn all your deepest, darkest, most wildest fantasies into reality.

 

He goes by the pseudonym: 1RIC

Asad is a 21-year old augmented reality designer, who has created the mystical world of Harry Potter for everyone to finally feel what it is like to be a part of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. You can master the spells faster than you can say Quidditch, much to Madame Hooch’s dismay.

 

Asad has put together a whole new world for you, to live out your Harry Potter fantasies in

He’s designed a whole mystical magical world where you can finally cast spells into your reality and then objects that have been integrated into your reality. These spells are cast by the user’s voice and the ‘swish and flick’ of a physical wand, as Microsoft Hololens tracks hand gestures.

The best part about this is that you don’t need to buy a special wand for this to work. You can grab a sharp stick and it’d do just fine. And if you don’t get it right the first time around, you won’t be dead, or worse expelled, either.

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The items displayed in the images are everyday items like clocks, chairs, and even a spooky dementor.

And we all know that if you’re a Harry Potter fan, dementors are as real as they get. The spells you can use, at the moment, are Incendio, to set things on fire; Wingardium Leviosa (not Levio-saaar) to levitate objects, and of course Expecto Patronum for self-defense (duh). The Patronus Charm, just like in ‘real life’ was the hardest for Asad to produce.

 

While we all know that one-day machines are going to rise up against us and take over the world, Asad hopes that augmented reality becomes a bigger part of our lives sooner than later.

And if you think about it, it won’t be that bad of an idea.

Here’s the whole video and a sneak peek into the magical world of Harry Potter:

To catch more of what Asad does, head on to his website, or stay updated with everything he’s doing on his Facebook page.



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