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Omnidirectional Treadmill

Omnidirectional treadmill is the descriptive name for a tradmill which rather than allowing simple, one-directional movement, allows and records movement in almost any direction physically possible.

Such devices are also called 6DOF as they allow forwards-backwards, right-left, up-down, pitch, yaw, and roll.

Recent examples include the VirtuSphere, and circular floor.

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VR Interfaces: CyberWalk
In early 2008, the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics researchers developed an omnidirectional treadmill to facilitate unconstrained walking in all directions through large-scale virtual environments.



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Character Advancement
Using the LARP model as an example, this article offers ways out of the standard experience levelling treadmill whilst actually increasing player enjoyment and longevity. After all, at the end of the standard experience treadmill, there is nowhere to go but out?



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(06/01/2010)
The fight against fat is going high-tech. To get an inside look at eating and exercise habits, scientists are developing wearable wireless sensors to monitor overweight and obese people as they go about their daily lives.

The...


(12/02/2009)
A new ink developed by researchers at the University of Illinois allows them to write their own silver linings.

The ink, composed of silver nanoparticles, can be used in electronic and optoelectronic applications to create fl...


(22/10/2007)
Most stimulus-induced neural activity occurs during waking hours; however, most neural imaging techniques require animals to be anaesthetised.

That conflict has slowed neuron research considerably. Now, modifications made to...


(20/09/2009)
UCLA researchers have discovered that a combination of drugs, electrical stimulation and regular exercise can enable paralyzed rats to walk and even run again while supporting their full weight on a treadmill.

Published Nov. ...


(08/09/2008)
Disease diagnosis in horses could be revolutionised by a new imaging system being used in Scotland.

The Dynamic Respiratory Endoscope lets vets assess live pictures of a horse's airways as it gallops at full speed.