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Eye tracking creates infinite space in virtual reality
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Eye tracking creates infinite space in virtual reality


Researchers at Adobe have created a virtual reality (VR) system that tricks your brain into thinking you have unlimited space to walk in.

The system uses sensors to detect obstacles in the real world and a floor plan of the room to help plan how to redirect the user.

It then takes advantage of quick, unconscious eye movements to adjust the environment without the user noticing.

BBC Click finds out more.

See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick.





Source BBC News

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