Kickstarter Project Yaw VR Motion Simulator Makes VR More Immersive Than Ever
New Kickstarter promises affordable and compact motion simulator technology.
Immersive visuals, immersive sound, it’s all possible with virtual reality (VR) but immersive motion continues to be one of the biggest hurdles in VR. Unless you have some sort of large, complicated cockpit set up, then immersive motion in VR is nearly impossible, other than the few square feet available to you in a room scale VR experience. But a new Kickstarter project from Intellisense is promising us Yaw VR, a compact motion simulator that will greatly enhance videogames and experiences. ￼
Yaw is a small seat which offers a great deal of motion, including full 360 degree swivel. VR applications that use Yaw VR can make the seat tilt, shake and spin around, so the motions you make in VR, you can roughly feel in real life. We’ve seen VR chairs before, but this is impressive.
Yaw VR demoed at CES 2018, Las Vegas, where users were able to experience the new motion simulator which gave users an impressive VR experience while using a Samsung Gear VR head-mounted display (HMD). You can see the video of impressions from CES 2018 below.
Scanning car interiors is incredibly challenging for a lot of scanners on the market because of the versatility and maneuverability required to access the center of the vehicle. Not a problem for us as our scanner is mobile, portable, and compact, allowing us to reach places that other scanners struggle to do. For instance, here we are able to capture all the mounting and assembly details with the front plastic removed.
Cynthia Rando, Sophic CEO, will be speaking at The User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) International Conference in Scottsdale, AZ on June 26. She will join panelists who have transitioned into and held diverse UX roles.
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It’s been a long day, though not as productive as I thought but trying to plan out projects and how will I tackle them. �🚀
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‘Getting started with Arduino’ by Massimo Banzi is still the best book for Arduino.
It might be very basic but I think it still comes in handy while working on complex sketches.
Day before yesterday was my “Arduino day”. I dove really deep into the projects and the language.(Spoiler- all my efforts were in vain☹️😂) By the end of the day I saw an article ‘How to program Arduino with Python’ and I was like shittttt😂😅. I spent the whole day coming to terms with the language and the environment and then this happened 😭. So, moral of the story guys please don’t try to code in the Arduino native language which is some sort of derivative of C (which I hate btw 🙄) if you’re fluent with Python.
Python is the king of prototyping boards- first Rasberry Pi now Arduino (late realisation😅) It’s very easy to use upload your Python code to any Arduino board.
Feel free to DM me if you want the step-by-step process.
A series of products that help people live better with their technological superstitions! By @saafraan@email@example.com.
From antennas to bring better phone reception, to the perfect angle holder for broken cables and a cage for electronic smog, these artefacts were prototypes based on ethnographic research around people's rituals with their electronic devices.
This project was one of the outcomes of the Ethnography and Design Research Workshop led by @nicolasnova. .
Poznajcie Protona, czterokołowy pojazd o zacięciu sportowym i napędzie ręcznym!
Inspirowany biomorficznymi kształtami i stylistyką pojazdów wyczynowych, został zaprojektowany na potrzeby górskich sportów zjazdowych. Dzięki zastosowanym rozwiązaniom, napęd oraz sterowanie pojazdem realizowane jest wyłącznie za pomocą rąk, co wyrównuje szanse zarówno osób z ograniczoną sprawnością kończyn dolnych jak i osób w pełni sprawnych.
Jest to jeden z naszych ulubionych projektów, który w 2018 roku spotkał się z entuzjastycznym odbiorem społeczności i jurorów konkursu Launch Forth, zdobywając drugie miejsce oraz wyróżnienie publiczności w kategorii Elevated Mobility Concept Design Challenge.
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