[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 1 points 37 minutes ago* (last edited 36 minutes ago)

I’ve had similar frustrations with ghost adventures. So many episodes/seasons and completely different versions of what goes where all over the internet. Always end up manually messing with it.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 7 points 3 days ago
[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 4 points 3 days ago

I’m saying how would I even know that that’s what it is. And if it is it’s a pretty pathetic forum to be spreading propaganda. No one in any of these threads are being persuaded by anyone. Everyone has their opinions and stick to those opinions.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 6 points 3 days ago

What does downvoted political commentary do to anyone?

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 6 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

Where are you even coming across this? It doesn’t even hit my all feed. And I browse new on the regular.

Edit: more so asking about .ml cuz I defederated from hexbear a long time ago. Hexbear isn’t anything but trolls. They’ll morph into whatever’s going to make you mad at the time.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 3 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

There was a post recently from your admin stating they would be updating soon.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 13 points 3 days ago

This is why you don’t keyboard warrior politics online. Unless you’re in your own echo chamber this is what happens. In the end no one has gained anything and no change has happened in the world whether you made your point or not or whether your take was removed or not. It’s all pointless.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 7 points 3 days ago

Buy the part and replace it.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 4 points 3 days ago

Well you don’t have many posts so it was easy to look at real quick and there was only one person that downvoted you more than once.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 5 points 3 days ago

Well us admins can see every upvote/downvote now so if there’s posts in question we can compare those and figure that out fairly quickly.

[-] willya@lemmyf.uk 27 points 4 days ago

Good luck. Yours brought me to Lemmy and then I made my own soon after.

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Costly? They were pretty pathetic spam attempts that are still ongoing.

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Disney's HoloTile is an innovative floor technology designed for omnidirectional virtual reality (VR) experiences. Developed by Disney Research fellow Lanny Smoot, the HoloTile floor is described as "the world’s first multi-person, omnidirectional, modular, expandable, treadmill floor".This technology allows multiple users to walk in any direction without colliding or walking off the surface, making it a potential game-changer for VR experiences in theme parks and other applications.

The HoloTile floor is made up of hundreds of small, round tiles that function like mini omnidirectional treadmills. These tiles work together to keep the user from leaving the pad, adjusting to the user's movements to enable walking in any direction. The system is designed to be elegant and addresses some of the common issues with VR peripherals, such as size, noise, and cost.

Lanny Smoot, who has been inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame, is credited with numerous inventions during his tenure at Disney, including giving Madame Leota her floating ability in Disneyland's Haunted Mansion. The HoloTile technology was unveiled in a video that also celebrated Smoot's contributions to Disney and his induction into the Hall of Fame.

While the HoloTile floor is still a research project and not yet available for commercial use, it has been suggested that it could be integrated into Disney Parks VR experiences in the future. The technology also has potential applications in theatrical stages, allowing performers to move and interact in new ways.

In summary, Disney's HoloTile is a cutting-edge technology that could revolutionize VR experiences by enabling free and natural movement in a shared space, with potential applications in theme parks and beyond.

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