Virtual Reality Ball

It's called the "Immersive Cocoon" but it's really more like a residential-scale Holodeck, where you can work, exercise, watch movies, play games, or visit the aquarium. Designer Tino Schaedler and design-and-ad firm NAU incorporated everything a 3D virtual reality consumer could want, including motion capture cameras, motion-sensing floor panels, 3D surround sound, 360-degrees of interior display space and even air conditioning. Dvice has a gallery of cool ideas for the Immersive Cocoon.

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