This project entails designing a software interface that transports a treadmill runner to a virtual environment, via headset. Utilizing measurements of the position and orientation of the headset, and measurements of the treadmill speed, the software should project into the headset a virtual environment consistent with the measured kinematic data: convincing the runner they are navigating a virtual environment.
Student Skill-Set Needed: computer programming experience, some theoretical knowledge of 3D kinematics
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Aaron Estes
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Mechanical And Aerospace Engineering