Date of publication: 2017-08-26 21:16
J: As a practical matter, you can’t detail immersion with a heads-up display because your face is covered. I’ve tried and other people have tried. Let’s say I’m wearing some kind of head-mounted display and you’re wearing a head-mounted display and we both want to have the experience that we’re in the same room with neither of us wearing them so we can see each other’s faces. We have to have sensors trying to sense our face, and then we have to reconstruct it well. You get the uncanny valley issues. It’s not technically impossible, but it’s a pretty long-term goal to do that. The more likely thing is to have neither person wearing them but instead have them sense from remote sensors and have some sort of display that has a volumetric quality. In practice, they’re distinct.
Made by the same production company as Mighty Morphin Power Rangers , it was a similar live-action show. Three teens become VR troopers doing their best to stop the virtual and real worlds from being overtaken by mutants. 95 episodes were produced.
KK: You said you’ve been involved with [VR] since the '75s into the '85s, thinking about it and very actively building stuff. But it doesn’t strike me that you have any interest in spending time in VR now. Am I wrong about that? If there was the right system with the right form, can you imagine yourself spending some significant time there?
This isn’t really a story about virtual reality — it’s about an emotionless cyber-courier who enlists the help of Henry Rollins and Ice-T to find a drug-addicted dolphin. But the image of Keanu Reeves wearing a huge silver visor and gesticulating wildly in a virtual info-city has become one of the most memorable depictions of VR.
A few years later, in the late ’65s, an artist and programmer named Myron Krueger would begin creating a new kind of experience he termed "artificial reality," and attempt to revolutionize how humans interacted with machines.
J: I have been part of a lot of conversations about what the laws should be and trying to come up with regulations. How do you protect the kid who's being bullied without impinging on freedom of speech? How do you prosecute revenge porn without empowering some politician? Or the right to be forgotten — how you do that without empowering some politician? It’s these kinds of discussions that led me to become more interested in Ted Nelson’s original ideas about micropayments. In a lot of ways, if you can make an economy adjust for these sorts of things instead of adjudication with rules, it just works better for everybody.
Another one is vehicle design — you basically cannot buy anything that can surround and move you that isn’t first prototyped in VR now. Every car, boat, plane, civilian, military — everything is designed in VR now.
The little Z Glove we licensed to a New York City game company, which licensed it and turned into Mattel. We hit the big time because they made million of this Power Glove, based on the Z Glove.
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KK: I think it’s a scalable thing. It’s centralized in a certain sense. With Minecraft , everybody can put it up on their own server and that really helped spread it so you can have a little bit more decentralized, scalable input.
It’s still early days in the VR game, and only two companies stand ahead of the pack, ready to put a virtual reality kit in the house of every American: Sony and Oculus, now owned by Facebook. We sat down with the heads of VR at both companies to talk about making Virtual Reality everyday reality.
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What’s exciting for us is between Oculus and Facebook we have the opportunity to make it available really broadly. When you think about all the content created and games invented, having a larger, more available audience is critical for this expansion. What’s going to be the killer app? While we don’t know exactly what it’s gonna be, we’re confident there will be a bunch of them. And that killer app is gonna be so much better than anything you can experience on a screen or phone.
Tron is the cult film that brought virtual reality to the masses, in the form of a wireframe world and guys in glowing suits riding light cycles. It bombed at the box office, but the movie's influence carried far and wide into other fictional virtual worlds. A long-awaited sequel failed to live up to the promise of the original.