If you love the idea of virtual reality, but hate having to wear a headset, this is going to appeal to you.
Japan's public broadcaster NHK has come up with an ultra high-definition immersive experience, featuring a rounded 8K projection dome screen that wraps around a moving seat.
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Riders strap into a chairs that move in sync with the footage, making it feel as though you're moving with the camera.
The attraction was first shown at SXSW this year, featuring a five-minute long flyby of Tokyo, taking you through popular spots in the city, like Shibuya, Asakusa and above the Tokyo Sky Tree in different periods. Read more...More about Vr, Tokyo, Rides, Projector, and 8k Tv
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