Sensory trick makes objects seem heavy or light in virtual reality

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Sensory trick makes objects seem heavy or light in virtual reality

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Sensory trick makes objects seem heavy or light in virtual reality

Vibrating pads placed on people's arms can make the illusion of weight in virtual reality more convincing by tricking the brain to disregard some input from our senses

Pressmaster/Shutterstock​Vibrating pads placed on people’s arms can make the illusion of holding light or heavy objects in virtual reality more convincing by making us disregard some inputs from our senses.Some virtual reality systems create a perception of mass by slowing down the movement of a virtual object relative to how much our limbs move. For example, if a person picks up a heavy metal sphere, the system can cause a “lag” by only moving a fraction of the …

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Virtual objects’ lack of weight can make the VR experience less immersive Pressmaster/Shutterstock​ Vibrating pads placed on people’s arms can make the illusion of holding light or heavy objects in virtual reality more convincing by making us disregard some inputs from our senses.cheap and palatable , sorry to say.Still, there were a few takeaways from the first of what was likely many community meetings around the Bears' plan: A grand vision McCaskey was the first to speak at the meeting Thursday.Officials say up to 18 cm of rain could fall in the area around the Fairview fire, creating the risk of flash flooding and mudflows in areas where burned-out soil cannot absorb the sudden downpour.

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