Remember Matrix, the Wachowski brothers' trilogy? The good hero, that Neo played by Keanu Reeves, was able to dodge the bullets by 'slowing down' the scene with his telekinesis-or-what-it-is powers, producing daring evolutions to the delight of the effects creators. specials and the public.
Today an inventor has created a helmet that simulates this type of 'slowed down' perception, even without the need to smoke the impossible.
Il Helmet decelerator, made by the German Lorenz Potthast, allows the wearer to experience the perception of the world at a slower speed, which can even be adjusted using a small remote control. Potthast has inserted a microcomputer and a display in the helmet, positioning (in a completely playful-experimental way, as I understand it) a second outside, in order to allow observers to understand what the wearer of the helmet is looking at. .
Of course, going through a busy city with this coconut on your head is not exactly a good idea, but in a controlled and assisted situation such a device can provide a special experience to the wearer. No mention by the inventor about the software behind the results, nor any marketing plan (at least for now).
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