The intelligent chess board that will allow you to face, even historical champions, without leaving your home.
If you are passionate about chess, you will be interested in the new invention that has gone to collective financing on Kickstarter, and that is being a complete success.
Now Particular, creator of electronic games, has just launched its new invention called GoChess in the Kickstarter crowdfunding.
It is a board chess old-fashioned, but intelligent, allowing players to compete in online matches with pieces that move completely on their own, and receiving real-time advice to perfect their techniques.
The project has far exceeded the funding required to go on sale, and start shipping to those who have invested in early 2024.
As we said, what makes this smart board particular is that you can use it for a normal game with a person face to face, but also face any opponent from around the world.
The other opponent, even if they are not physically in front of you, when you move their pieces on their board or in the app, their moves will be reflected in yours. That is, the pieces on your board, by magic, will move completely by themselves.
Take on anyone you want, even champions
On the other hand, you will also be able to relive historical games, facing the champions, or even facing artificial intelligence under various levels of difficulty.
However, if you are learning, the LED lights in each of the quadrants will light up to make it easier for you to move the pieces, giving you an idea of how to approach the game.
GoChess syncs with online chess programs like Lichness and Chess.com via a Bluetooth connection to a companion app, so you can still play against other opponents even if they don’t have the board.
In this way, GoChess uses sensors to detect and record the movements made on its physical board or through applications.
When it comes to pricing, we have the basic option of GoChess Lite which costs $219, or full GoChess which starts at $259.
Once the crowdfunding ends, you will be able to continue purchasing this smart boardbut at prices that already exceed $300.
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