Have been thinking about real life objects being used to provide real physical feedback in VR.
One specific example I have in mind is Pool (the billiards game), imagine if you entered the dimensions of your dining table as a configuration for the size of the table you were going to play on in game.
You could then put your weight on the table that you can see with your eyes inside the rift and if positional tracking were enabled (and you had a wiimote taped to a broom handle) perhaps you could play a convincing game?
My question is around how dis-orienting would it be to not feel baize or the cushion at the edge of the table?
an this type of disconnect make you feel giddy or is it just motion related?
Has anyone experienced any non-motion related ill-feeling so far?....