Taking the world of virtual technology into another realm of awesomeness, the creative minds at the Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School of System Design have prototyped a device that allows for virtual body technology.
This virtual innovation seeks to provide users with not only a visual experience but also an experience that will engage all five senses. The technology aims to provide users with an almost real-life experience of being in someone else’s shoes. To be able to see, smell, touch and even taste in a virtual world.
The prototype includes a vibrating chair, foot pedals, a 3-D monitor and even a fan that allows for odors to be blown by. This innovative concept for turning virtual reality into an experience that will truly engage all your senses is both imaginative and exciting.