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Augmented-Reality Floor Gives Physical Feedback

This demo of interactive floor tiles developed by researchers at the University of McGill in Quebec, Canada, responds to a user with visual, audio and physical cues. The floor tiles could be used in an augmented reality setting, for training, rehabilitation, or entertainment.

This demo of interactive floor tiles developed by researchers at the University of McGill in Quebec, Canada, responds to a user with visual, audio and physical cues. The floor tiles could be used in an augmented reality setting, for training, rehabilitation, or entertainment.