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Jung

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I don't really know how to explain this without being long winded, so I won't try. Just watch the video, it's definitely cool stuff.

Btw, I posted this here because I figured more people would be interested than just the Computer Chamber regulars.
 

=User_Name=

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wow, awsome vid, thx :thumbsup:

Lets imagine the world in 100 years.. and hope for the good... :happysad:
 

dustinzgirl

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Hmm...

Why can I see his back hand through his front hand when it moves in front? Wierd.

Amazing, but strange.
 

LiberatioN

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Think of some of the uses for this...

-Medical research
-Military intelligence
-Teaching
-Entertainment (Video Games, simulator, etc.)

This is gonna be huge if they can refine the technology a little. :thumbsup:
 

Jung

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^^ I'm sruprised you didn't say Counter Strike: IRL. JK though, it's definitely a cool technology.
 

Brazen

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LiberatioN said:
Think of some of the uses for this...

-Medical research
-Military intelligence
-Teaching
-Entertainment (Video Games, simulator, etc.)

This is gonna be huge if they can refine the technology a little. :thumbsup:

Agreed this can do wonders!
 

PatticusRex

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It'd be great if they can have this on a larger scale in say, combat simulations for the military. Much money can be saved in terms of buying training weaponry, and can also prevent injury DURING training from say, friendly fire or something.