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Virtuix Virtual Reality To Test Raj Running Distance
« on: December 25, 2013, 12:05:01 am »
How fast can you run the path that Raj did to chase after the drone? The jump and climb will have to be modified for the Virtuix Omni.  Maybe it could be done accurately in Second Life.

Try it out using the virtual reality circular treadmill by Virtuix Omni.
http://shop.virtuix.com/

http://youtu.be/dP48cLFeBms


Who can program the virtual world in Second Life?
http://secondlife.com

For the Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Olympic Record  :)




What is fairly interesting is that you can probably track the course of Raj as well now. Like I was saying, you there are only three exits to the complex, and where he snapped the first two pictures is about as far from any of the exits as you can get. He would have had to run about a city blocks worth before he took the next picture.

I think that we have come to a conclusion in other threads here that the photographer must have been on a bicycle or motorized vehicle to explain the timing between each of the shots defined in the photo EXIF. The speed for running those distances is that of an Olympic athlete, and even if "Raj" was such an athlete, I'm not so sure he could stop and turn around to take the picture then run to the next spot.

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Re: Virtuix Virtual Reality To Test Raj Running Distance
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2013, 12:08:20 am »
A micro-controller with sensors could be used to measure the timing to climb and jump a fence of the same dimensions.