The Immersive Cocoon Goes from the Movies into Our Future Lives

 - May 20, 2011
References: i-cocoon & feelguide
If you have seen Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, you may recognize the Immersive Cocoon, a computer prototype that could be the future of the way we interact with computers.

Industrial designers NAU out of Zurich, Switzerland, teamed up with John Underkoffer, who developed the 3D motion-tracking system used inside the computer. The Immersive Cocoon is a concept that may take a while to become reality but the idea itself is quite amazing. This spherical realm opens up a whole new way to experience life. Once you step inside the computer, you have entered an intense digital experience. Visuals, audio and so much more encompass you inside. The Immersive Cocoon allows you to enjoy 3D gaming, working from home, physical training and much more.