Invent helmet that promises to deliver a 360-degree panoramic view of the surroundings
Do you mind being caught in the back? Well, a team of French researchers decided to expand the viewing angle that we as a human species, creating a prototype, called “FlyViz” – which consists of a camera mounted above 360° helmet image processing in real time and then display it in a three-dimensional display staff. This means that the device gives the user a 360-degree view of everything around him.
To take images occupies a camera developed by researchers to capture videos, for now, at 640 x 480 pixels of resolution, but are already working on a version of 720p and a refresh rate of 60 Hz for display in a symposium on virtual reality that is taking place in Toronto, Canada .
WHILE you to display images, the viewer occupies FlyViz staff Sony HMZ-T2 , which shows 3D images with a resolution of 720p, and not get dizzy or lose, the center of the image points directly in front of the person, with the view stretching to cover a 360° panning.
Link: FlyViz puts eyes in the back of your head (Gizmag)Tags: blind spot, Virtual Reality, Vision