Engineers have learned how to simulate wind gusts and kisses in VR

Engineers have learned how to simulate wind gusts and kisses in VR

The future from \"First Player Standby\" is close to becoming reality.
Engineers have developed a virtual reality helmet that simulates wind blowing and even kissing.The development was invented by researchers from Future Interfaces Group, based at Carnegie Mellon University.
Their new virtual reality headset can simulate different types of touches on the user's face.
The engineers use the Quest 2 headset as the basis.
It is fitted with a modification - a large array of ultrasonic emitters.
As you can see from the video, the device is still too big and bulky, so don't expect it to be available to everyone in the near future.
But developments are already underway, and that can't help but be encouraging.

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