The company says:
“In Camera Phone Darts, users enter a dimensional pub environment with the dartboard as its focus.
“Players can scan the room and aim by simply panning or tilting the phone: The real-life movement of the phone translates to motion in the game.
“All of the popular dart variations are featured, including Cricket, 301, 501, Around the World, Baseball and Golf. Players can choose from four modes, including Practice, Quick Play, Pass-N-Play (play with friends) and Career Mode (play with over 20 AI opponents of varying skills).
“A unique Build-A-Board section is also available, where players can customize games by pulling in any picture as the dartboard background, then choosing various projectiles, including spit wads, tomatoes or water balloons, to hit their target.”
The game employs GestureTek Mobile’s “EyeMobile-Engine” (see below). The company specializes in “gesture-based technology.”
GestureTek is exhibiting at the Qualcomm BREW 2006 conference that I’m now attending and perhaps the game is available for me to see.
Update: I visited the exhibit hall in the late afternoon and no one was at the GestureTek booth (see below; Nokia N90 two megapixel photo).