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Nerdy dad uses virtual reality to let daughter ride family cat

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The same dad who rigged an HTC Vive and Ricoh Theta 360-degree camera to let his daughter explore her dollhouse is at it again. This time, the VR dad has cranked up the tech-meets-cute factor by introducing the family cat. 

Strapping the 360-degree camera to the back of the very patient feline, VR dad Toby Newman was able to give his daughter an idea of what the world looks like from the point of view of the family pet. 

It’s not particularly groundbreaking technologically, but it’s nevertheless another clever idea for other VR dads out there looking to bring their kids along for the ride as they dive deeper into their new VR obsession. #catvision  Read more…

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