TacticalFanboy, where my interest in this started. The app includes a heads up display, compass, inclinometer, and rangefinder. The app allows players to record photos and videos, track their Nerf arsenal, learn about hand signals used to communicate with a squad, and plan out different missions for multiplayer Nerf battles. Seem too cool for Nerf to make?
That's because they didn't! Read more after the Jump!
Shoot The Moon, they've enlisted the help of Theodolite, part of Hunter Research & Technology that have become well-known for their Theodolite Augmented Reality Navigation app which defined a new standard for augmented reality navigation when it debuted in 2009. It's been a #1 seller in iTunes stores around the world for use with outdoor sports, hiking, boating, hunting, golf, sightseeing, photography, home projects, and navigation all around the world.
Right now, my iPod is on the fritz with trying to connect to a wireless network, but from what I've been reading, I really need to check both the Nerf Mission App and Theodolite for myself. I can honestly say that I wasn't expecting to consider exploring this new product for Nerf at all, but after reading up on Theodolite, I'm impressed so far!