Bleeding-edge VR system built by geek from Chongqing
Inside the human-machine interactive equipment "Potential Reaction Chamber".
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- In the recently popular movie Ready Player One, movements of virtual characters can be controlled via postures as humans wear an outfit integrated with a set of VR equipment. We are thrilled by such demonstrations of virtual reality.
Recently some geeky “Player Ones” were also seen in the Hechuang Xinye (Chongqing) Silicon Valley International Incubator. They have built a human-machine interface that can control VR experience via whole body postures for the first time.
Potential Reaction Chamber built in 5 years time
The average age of these geeks is well under 30. They spent five years creating this chamber, which allows controlling agents to perform various stunts including walking, running, jumping and even flying in virtual reality wearing gadgets specifically designed for this purpose.
In the VR section, these futuristic “Potential Reaction Chambers” are metallic cabins of about 6 m3 in volume. The reporter was able to play a game called “Farm Defending” while standing in the chamber with a VR glass, a potential armor and a game console in hand.
Players can role-play characters in the game and join friends to defeat invaders online with tactics including dodging and shooting.
A top-notch technology in VR industry
The “Potential Reaction Chamber” makes use of its armor to capture human posture information and coordinates virtual characters via the terminal; it brings an immersive experience as it is more natural and safe.
It is reported that the technology behind “Potential Reaction Chamber” is pioneering among the industry; several patents have been claimed in the category of VR equipment and the controlling system. (Translated by Yang Lifu, Fathom Language Limited)