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Over time mankind has been slowly but surely creating ever richer ways to stimulate our senses.Things really began to take off in the 20th century, with advent of electronics and computer technology.A small motor-driven device mimicked turbulence and disturbances.Such was the need for safer ways to train pilots that the US military bought six of these devices for 00. During World War II over 10,000 “blue box” Link Trainers were used by over 500,000 pilots for initial training and improving their skills. Morton Heilig’s next invention was the Telesphere Mask (patented 1960) and was the first example of a head-mounted display (HMD), albeit for the non-interactive film medium without any motion tracking.The headset provided stereoscopic 3D and wide vision with stereo sound.
It was controlled by motors that linked to the rudder and steering column to modify the pitch and roll.In 1968 Ivan Sutherland and his student Bob Sproull created the first VR / AR head mounted display (Sword of Damocles) that was connected to a computer and not a camera.It was a large and scary looking contraption that was too heavy for any user to comfortably wear and was suspended from the ceiling (hence its name).It featured stereo speakers, a stereoscopic 3D display, fans, smell generators and a vibrating chair.The Sensorama was intended to fully immerse the individual in the film.
Headsight was the first step in the evolution of the VR head mounted display but it lacked the integration of computer and image generation.