- Mar 18, 2008
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|System Name||Virtual Reality / Bioinformatics|
|Motherboard||Undead TUF X99|
|Memory||GSkill 128GB DDR4-3000|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA 2080Ti|
|Storage||Samsung 960 Pro 1TB + 860 EVO 2TB + WD Black 5TB|
|Display(s)||Acer K272HUL, HTC Vive|
|Case||Fractal Design R5|
|Audio Device(s)||BOSE 2.0|
|Power Supply||Seasonic 850watt|
|Mouse||Logitech Master MX|
|Keyboard||Corsair K70 Cherry MX Blue|
|Software||Windows 10 Professional/Linux Mint|
South Korean TV broadcaster MBC recently aired a Korean language documentary that centers on a family’s loss of their young daughter, seven-year-old Nayeon. Using the power of photogrammetry, motion capture, and virtual reality, the team recreated Nayeon for one last goodbye with the family’s...
Definitely a novel use of VR, letting people saying farewell to their deseased loved ones for one last time. There is always regrets in life for whatever reason. Some one like this mom just needs one last closure with her daughter. Honestly probably not the best thing for everyone. It is bad enough for say goodbye already.
Anyway I thought it is a novel use of VR so just wanna share.
With better and better VR visuals and better AI based speech system, there maybe more applications like this.