Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey has recently expressed his desire to develop nerve-stimulating implants to make virtual reality experiences more immersive. [Read More]
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In Brief Palmer Luckey, a co-founder of Oculus, has recently expressed his desire to develop nerve-stimulating implants to make virtual reality experiences more immersive.
He is just one of several innovators looking for ways to use technology to augment the human body.
Experimental HardwarePalmer Luckey, the co-founder of virtual reality (#VR) company Oculus, is exploring the use of nerve-stimulating implants to facilitate more immersive #VR experiences.
Luckey’s implants would completely change how #VR systems interact with our bodies, delivering an entirely new level of immersion, but plans to bring brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) to fruition are even more ambitious.
From healthcare to space exploration, implants could radically transform how humans navigate nearly every industry — a better experience in virtual reality is just the tip of the iceberg.
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