This year at the Computer History Museum in California they held the first Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Conference and Expo and among the many headwear pieces expected to see was a new comer Infinadeck who blew audiences away with their omni-directional treadmill which lets people walk in any direction within a virtual space. Looking around a virtual world is great but finally walking around in that world brings us one step closer to the full experience of virtual reality.
Of course as cool as this is, it still raises many interesting questions such as how does it track movement, can it handle a running pace, can it handle jumping?. Perhaps paired with prima sense technology it could also detect crouched and prone positions. Still it's a big step in the right direction and we can't wait to see how this evolves in the future into something we can bring into our homes.