EnGeniux OTON Self-Creation Game Console Arrives on Kickstarter
Startup technology gaming company EnGeniux announced that it will push forward with the OTON X Kickstarter campaign on August 22, 2016. With the OTON X core code completed, EnGeniux does not need to raise a large sum of money to bring the unit to market because the company has already successfully completed 95 percent of system software development.
The goal of the Kickstarter campaign is to raise $25,000 to add to or improve the current features with minor software enhancements.
The OTON X development unit is a quality Linux PC, smart game console and game development hub. The system will be powered by a quad-core processor, Intel HD onboard graphics, 128 GB solid-state hard drive, 8 GB DDR3 ram, with HDMI, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and support for 4K gaming. The system is powered by a custom version of Linux OS develop by EnGeniux.
The OTON X console will be the first autonomous game console ever, meaning it will self-produce games without developer or human input. The console has attributes similar to those of other forthcoming autonomous devices such as cars and home automation systems; the difference is that OTON can self-create games without human input. The system creates games using the EnGeniux proprietary software algorithm.
EnGeniux was founded by OTON creator and inventor Derrick Samuels. Mr. Samuels has 10 years of game and manufacturing experience. In 2010 Mr. Samuels shipped his first console, using Linux as a working OS. The product line quickly evolved, innovating features such as cloud storage and voice recognition software long before other companies did so. Learn more about the OTON X autonomous game console at OTONX.com.