3D immersion technology

A simple, featherweight headset, a 10' x 10' x 10' white room, and $600,000 worth of projector and computer equipment, combined with the smarts of the folks at Eon Reality, results in one insanely real experience.

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1. Pana (reviewer) 2 years ago

Ok, now with porn !

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2. Comment rated too low. Show this comment y3lom 2 years ago

imagine this technology with pr0n :D

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3. Comment rated too low. Show this comment WorldChampion 2 years ago

Why is he losing his balance every time they move the screen?

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4. BolestanUm 2 years ago

#3 The pictures you see through this camera is not the same pictures he sees. He has glasses for virtual reality, so he is also a part of virtual reality, and so the balance with him. The inner ear in his head for balance is confused because it is in the "real world" but get sense of the "virtual world".

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5. dariodexter 2 years ago

#(removed comment) Not everyone has sex everyday...

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6. thorargent 2 years ago

Now add moving air for wind and hot or cold air for climate and a bit of mist spray for oceans, and a few scent cannisters... Better hook up an IV for food because some people will never come out again.

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7. knospi 2 years ago

such a thing is called a CAVE: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_Automatic_Virtual_Environment

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8. S3B 2 years ago

#4 Correction: He sees the wall as we see it. However because we look at it from an angle we can see the contours of the wall. But from his point of view he can't see the walls because the projectors process the angle seamlessly so he doesn't notice the contours of the wall. He's just wearing regular 3D glasses you would get for a 3D HD TV. If you look on the footage on the wall you'll see that for us it looks like blurred double vision. But for him it pops out like it would at an iMax movie.

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9. irishgek 2 years ago

Looks like bloody skyrim ! :P #8 They dont look like 3dtv glasses more like regular 3d glasses (like in a movie theatre) the polarized kind , but still id love to know how they come up with $600,000 figure for that .....

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10. loadrunner 2 years ago

Now a rollercoaster video :D

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11. Neutral 2 years ago

Is it possible for him to walk further with such a small platform?

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12. loadrunner 2 years ago

#11 the next version is bigger at the inside then the outside.