We're all for the magic of virtual reality, and we can't wait for the many different devices coming to market this year and next...but would you add haptic feedback to your VR experiences?
On today's show, Ashley and Khail discuss a set of VR modules looking to add the sense of touch to your virtual experiences, a device that makes meals in 30 seconds with freeze dried food pods and an artistic take on drone flight.
Workouts are for people who don't own a Flex Design muscle suit. A physique like Thor's is just a skin-tight costume away.
A Swedish team is conducting research involving patients, VR headsets and MRI machines. The goal? To see how easily the mind accepts an out-of-body experience, potentially paving the way for robots controlled half a world away by a VR-wearing human.
On today's show, Ashley and Khail explain how a particular VR experiment might mean we could have robot bodies someday, freak out over a really cool horror game that uses AR to transform your home and take comfort in an object that could make getting shots painless. #TDRoboVR
By messing with the brain's sense of location, a team of researchers in Sweden figure out how make people believe they're wearing each other's bodies.
By all accounts, flying inside Iron Man's supersuit would do some bodily damage. So how does Stark do it? Nerdist's Kyle Hill has a few thoughts.
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A Polish firm is the latest to concoct unassuming-looking fluids that harden on impact, making for lighter, more flexible protection on the battlefield and beyond.
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