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Friday Video: Taking immersion to new levels


Johnny Lee, who we're now elevating to the status of superhero around here, is back with an all-new Wii-centric project: Wii in 3D, thanks to head tracking. What's head tracking? Here, it's centered around mounting a sensor bar on your head (which is much cooler than it sounds) so that the software (and a Wii remote) can track the position of your head and allow displays to take on a full three dimensional scope, thus turning a flat screen into something more like a window. The result? Why, it could mean games that look like full-on virtual reality. Check out the video above, which was too good not to be in our weekly spotlight, to see just what it all means.

[Thanks, Chad!]

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