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June 5, 2006

VirtuSphere – Totally Immersive VR

at 11:31 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Game Hacks, Insane Equipment

Never mind the new joystick designs of the next-gen consoles. Check out the VirtuSphere, this looks like a great VR environment tool.

“VirtuSphere is a new Virtual Reality technology that allows a user to truly ‘walk’ in 3D computer generated terrain. All you do is climb into the rig, but on the VR goggles and start walking. The movement of the sphere is then measured and translated into movement in the virtual world. This technology looks amazing for future computer gaming applications as well as military training exercises and virtual tourism.

With the creation of the VirtuSphere™, Virtual Reality technology has developed sufficiently to permit users to leave behind the keyboard or mouse and immerse in this exciting new medium. The VirtuSphere is currently the only technology in the world, which permits the user to move about in virtual space through the most natural movement of all – by walking.”

Via: Zerosign


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2 Responses to “VirtuSphere – Totally Immersive VR”

  1. ryan Says:

    i wish i could play rainbow six vegas in that…

  2. comphard Says:

    In the future gaming will be different. Maybe those headbands for game thought control will become more advanced so using them wouldn’t be a trouble.

    Maybe games will also become more interactive, between the players and also between the human and the machine. Maybe computers will not at some point have monitors any more but everything is sent to glasses or contact lenses.

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