Virtual Reality Theaters, We May Have Found Your Cinematic Seating

Virtual Reality Theaters, We May Have Found Your Cinematic Seating

A motorized swivel chair that moves the user around in virtual scenes

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 january 2016

Researchers from Ulm University in Germany have developed a motorized swivel chair for 360-degree videos that enables VR content creators to rotate or block users’ movement. Jan Gugenheimer, Dennis Wolf, Gabriel Haas, Sebastian Krebs and Enrico Rukzio designed the SwiVRChair to enhance virtual experiences.

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