3D world in your pocket: a new gadget allows you to immerse yourself in virtual reality without helmets
The gadget uses neuro-graphic rendering to create realistic images, taking into account lighting and perspective.
Scientists at the University of California at Berkeley developed a new gadget that allows you to see three-dimensional images without special glasses or virtual reality helmets. The gadget is called Eye-nerf and is a small cube that projects an image onto the screen, adapting it to the position and movement of the user’s eyes.
Eye nerf uses neuro-graphic rendering technology, which allows you to create realistic images, taking into account lighting, shadows, reflections and refraction of light. The gadget also has the ability to track the user’s eyes using infrared sensors and change the viewing angle of the image depending on where the user is looking.
Scientists claim that Eye-nerf can create a sense of presence in three-dimensional space and simulate various scenarios such as watching movies, playing games, studying or tourism. The gadget can also connect to other devices such as smartphones or computers and transfer its images to them.
Eye-nerf is still in the prototype stage and needs further development and testing. Scientists plan to improve image quality, reduce the size of the gadget and make it more accessible to consumers. They also hope that their invention will help develop new applications of 3D images in various areas of life.