The Infinadeck Omnidirectional Treadmill - Smarter Every Day 192 (VR Series)

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  1. Pralay Aryan

    Pralay Aryan2 days ago

    Wow man thx for the video, moving inx and y is good but making it movie diagonally would be a challenge

  2. mason kwasnaza

    mason kwasnaza3 days ago

    Did anybody see the cat at 5:29

  3. FalconGamer03

    FalconGamer033 days ago

    haha tbh the creator of the company looks low-key like Meatloaf xD

  4. Andrew Parker

    Andrew Parker4 days ago

    5:28 That is hilarious

  5. ObsessedwithZelda2

    ObsessedwithZelda24 days ago

    Kinda makes me curious if a version of this but with just a slippery surface instead of a treadmill would work. Then the feet sensors could be on shoes that work well to give a good amount of slide idk

  6. xdVirtual_Riot

    xdVirtual_Riot5 days ago

    Is it for sale yet?

  7. Mastur Ch33f R aw5m3

    Mastur Ch33f R aw5m35 days ago

    I never thought i would see an old man develop something like this

  8. mrdylpickle

    mrdylpickle5 days ago

    I remember seeing this technology as a kid when they used a rolling ball. Makes me wonder what's next

  9. Sean Voss

    Sean Voss5 days ago

    5:30 i like the cat.

  10. Floofy 098

    Floofy 0985 days ago

    5:31 your cat is stealing something

  11. Mbeluba

    Mbeluba5 days ago

    12 rules for life recommendation, I am happy that one person I respect is listening to another person I respect

  12. Frederich Caetano

    Frederich Caetano5 days ago

    You really are not as bright as you come off

  13. Col. Hogan

    Col. Hogan5 days ago

    He has a masters in aerospace engineering, I think he's doing alright.

  14. originalsuki

    originalsuki6 days ago

    Great work as usual I was going to write, "Look at that cat being an assh*** in the background" but that would be redundant. Just a cat being a cat.

  15. Frost_Dropzy

    Frost_Dropzy6 days ago

    This is _game changing_

  16. Mike Bertelsen

    Mike Bertelsen7 days ago

    "Dude come to the flag at B!" - "Come on I'm at A! I don't feel like running 2km, I'm tired!"

  17. Harvey He

    Harvey He7 days ago

    Don't make it complicated, the efforts are great, respect, but it's just going to get worse while trying to solve new coming problems, that means it will be harder to get commercialised. + I prefer to find a playground to do that, just VR needs to mark the obstacles or potential threats to safety 360degrees in the real world via cameras while I am in the game so the player can avoid or react to it in advance, just like a smart vehicle. Oculus Quest has the potential to do that.

  18. Isaac McVey

    Isaac McVey8 days ago

    So are we close to Sao technology?

  19. Charayne Simister

    Charayne Simister8 days ago

    5:27 does he collect cats

  20. WutSuh

    WutSuh8 days ago

    β€œAnd not leave your home” *Leaves home to do this*

  21. Cyclonic Johnson

    Cyclonic Johnson8 days ago

    What monsters down vote this stuff? Lol y'all are wild

  22. MaxGarbage

    MaxGarbage8 days ago

    5:28 Anyone notice the cat in the book shelf

  23. James Gonzalez

    James Gonzalez8 days ago

    if you use ready player one as a base model...wouldn't the algorithms have a better chance of calculating the proper speeds for slowing and stopping if you used a full body suit? Seems with a bit of machine learning it could come to understand the body motions and understand that certain motions used in conjunction with one another indicate a slow or stop is coming.

  24. JOSHTHEPRO

    JOSHTHEPRO8 days ago

    5:30 well i knew what that cat was going to do by the look of it.

  25. The Boss Noe

    The Boss Noe9 days ago

    Alrighty I know I am not the only one who had no idea what the title meant but still clicked on

  26. The diary of Fharish Ahmed

    The diary of Fharish Ahmed9 days ago

    I can hear a high pitched continuous mono tone. Anybody hears that?

  27. Driftliketokyo34 Ftw

    Driftliketokyo34 Ftw9 days ago

    Price?

  28. Tingorilla

    Tingorilla9 days ago

    There I watched it, happy now MReporter?

  29. Canadian Baker

    Canadian Baker10 days ago

    Ahaha people are so stupid I could make a way better design just give me some money ahaha

  30. Canadian Baker

    Canadian Baker10 days ago

    I already have it in my head just need to getter on the go like that will ever happen

  31. Wasim

    Wasim10 days ago

    5:31 just thought I'd let you know you're cat was trying to steal something from your shelf

  32. Joseph Gillespie

    Joseph Gillespie10 days ago

    What I could see happening in the future is an omnidirectional play mat small enough to fit in a standard living room.

  33. Omar Abdul-Malik DHEd, MPAS, PA-C

    Omar Abdul-Malik DHEd, MPAS, PA-C10 days ago

    Peace be to you! I'm a new subscriber! Thanks for sharing this with us! I wanted to be a video game programmer since I was a kid, back in the days of Pac Man and Space Invaders. However, alas, the good Lord guided me into medicine. I'm happy to see others pursuing this fascinating field though. I wonder if this could transfer to medical applications as well.πŸ€”Thanks again! Keep up the great work you are doing!πŸ€“πŸ’šπŸ‘¨πŸΎβ€βš•οΈπŸ‘¨πŸΎβ€πŸ«πŸ‘¨πŸΏβ€πŸ”¬

  34. Czesnek

    Czesnek10 days ago

    I can't wait when VR will be more accessible.

  35. T K

    T K10 days ago

    They should put weight sensors inside the treadmill so it can get a half second of intent heads up.

  36. Chad Burton

    Chad Burton11 days ago

    You need to use foot power to move the treadmill but that requires tethering yourself to some sort of harness that holds you back

  37. Marco Freire

    Marco Freire11 days ago

    The "treadmill" doesn't need to be mechanical. It even doesn't need to be a treadmill. Just do a floor of really small rolling spheres in a low concave angle, and a 3 points connection strap from the waist to the outer ring. And to allow rotation make a circular rolling "thingy" in the waist. Really simple and very doable and cheap. If you want me to draw a quick sketch, give me a call.

  38. Apocraphon tripp

    Apocraphon tripp11 days ago

    All respect ...what a feat of engineering. ....but why not incorporate a harness to keep the person centered?

  39. lets play

    lets play11 days ago

    poor cat

  40. Tenno Skuum

    Tenno Skuum11 days ago

    What about having some assistance from the controllers so the user can account for the delay.

  41. Carter Waggoner

    Carter Waggoner11 days ago

    A better design would be a sphere on a gyro sphere place so you can move in all directions

  42. Howler Nofelle

    Howler Nofelle11 days ago

    this is absolutely cool but there's the delay

  43. LuzGamerHD

    LuzGamerHD11 days ago

    5:28 who realized the cat in the background? πŸ˜‚πŸ±

  44. Jesters Children

    Jesters Children11 days ago

    They just need a few imput points from our nerves and make better faster motors for that thing.

  45. Samir Pernell

    Samir Pernell11 days ago

    In order to activate your gamer mode you need to assert dominance

  46. Thomas

    Thomas12 days ago

    Just need a much bigger deck. Then you could be in a larger center area that machine wouldn't need to be in the exact center. So it wouldn't over correct to keep you centered..Great idea..

  47. Garrett Bivens

    Garrett Bivens12 days ago

    Hmmmmmmm Lets create a mincraft livestream for a 3 weeks

  48. Braylee Baum

    Braylee Baum12 days ago

    I have a VR its the oculus

  49. AngryToast1012

    AngryToast101213 days ago

    George needs to use it

  50. Lol Byte

    Lol Byte13 days ago

    Who else came here cause ready player one Scott Cawthon: FNAF FREE ROAM Edit: I'd buy this as beta also XD

  51. Mad Geo

    Mad Geo14 days ago

    If the system crashes... You literally crash.

  52. Greg Mankala

    Greg Mankala14 days ago

    Treadmill shouldn’t be flat. It should be a big ball.