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Digital Trends: Get a new perspective on life with an Oculus Rift rig that gives you a third-person view
2014-07-06 11:47am -07:00T Visit Digital Trends


A team in Poland has assembled a wearable device that gives you an out-of-body perspective on life. It uses an Oculus Rift, two GoPro cameras, an Arduino and some other ingredients to offer wearers a third-person perspective.

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