Ever wished we could daub a “Change Camera View” symbol in genuine life to switch to a third-person view?
These guys done it happen. Sure, it requires a user to wear an Oculus Rift and a large ol’ twin camera supply built into a trek — and sure, it’s substantially usually fun (and not nauseating) for about a minute. But it works!
Built by a Polish group of tinkerers called mepi, a supply uses a custom-built, 3D-printed mountain to reason dual GoPros only above and behind a wearer’s head. With a joystick connected adult to an Arduino and a few servos, a wearer is means to control where a camera is looking.
If we might advise a subsequent chronicle of a project: have a worker follow we automatically, blustering a camera feed to a Rift wirelessly. For limit effect, dress as a mustachioed plumber: