Researchers from the Telecooperation Lab at the Technical University of Darmstadt presented a new way to interact with Virtual Reality Environments by having a regular office chair as an input device.
Virtual Reality enables immersive visual experiences; however, the interaction is often limited to hand-held controllers. To overcome these limitations, the researchers are using the tilting of the backrest and rotation of an office chair to control movements in Virtual Reality. The project will be
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