What are your takes on VR? In games mostly, but also in other aplications like medicine and engineering.
I was going to say it, but you did. The nausea mostly occurs (as far as I'm aware) because the inner ear didn't register movement and acceleration and your eyes does. It's a human condition indeed. Don't know if it's a solvable problem. o.ÔIf you get motion sickness (I don't), then you'll probably get sick in VR, just because it puts you in situations that either aren't possible IRL (And therefore might make a bit of a disconnect between your eyes and your brain), or would be 'extreme' IRL.
And the problem with not creating this table is?wife had a dream about 10 yrs ago, where i had put together a 3d table.. looked very much like a terrarium.. players would plug in device at various terminals around the table and their character would appear in the game world.. if i remmber right, could accommodate up to 8 players.. was based on 3d hologram like your starwars pic above ;o)
my thoughts were.. "dam babe, let me wrap my head around a basic inventory system first"
lol such high expectations she has ;o)