Researchers at the University of Western Australia have developed an immersive 3D environment, using a Wiimote, MacBook Pro, and a dome. Continue reading for a video.

Paul Bourke and his colleagues at the University of Western Australia found themselves with a cheap tool to fly through space simulations, cruise around a visual representation of supercomputer node activity, and even tour 360 degree VR maps of real world buildings

[via Engadget]

Researchers at the University of Western Australia have developed an immersive 3D environment, using a Wiimote, MacBook Pro, and a dome. Continue reading for a video.

Paul Bourke and his colleagues at the University of Western Australia found themselves with a cheap tool to fly through space simulations, cruise around a visual representation of supercomputer node activity, and even tour 360 degree VR maps of real world buildings

[via Engadget]