Omniwalker treadmill admin | February 23, 2012 | Blogs | 2 Comments Omniwalker Treadmill was a work on-progress that I have been working on during my PhD studies. It consisted of ball bearings embedded on a huge dish shaped base. Below you can find some references on the papers published. OmniWalker Conference paper for VRST 2009, Kyoto (pdf) OmniWalker Conference paper for VRIC 2010, Laval, France (pdf) OmniWalker Conference paper for SimTect 2010, Brisbane, Australia (pdf) Tags:research Related Posts Survivor vs. Victim: same cause, different result No Comments | May 24, 2009 Trip from Shanghai to Hongkong via Shenzhen No Comments | Jan 12, 2009 Pembahasan Mandiri Clickpay and BCA Klikpay payment system (personal opinion) No Comments | Dec 26, 2013 Day Three of South Vietnam Tour No Comments | Nov 4, 2008 About The Author admin 2 Comments Jan Goetgeluk May 20, 2012 Dear Minghadi, I came across your PhD work at the University of NWS regarding the omni-walker treadmill. I am in the process of making a OBDP device myself for the purpose of experimenting with gesture recognition technology and virtual reality programming. Could I possibly give you a call or ask you some questions about your findings with the OBDP platform that you and your team built? (does it feel natural or unstable, do you think 15 degrees is the ideal inclination, etc.) Your other work looks very interesting as well. I look forward to hearing from you! Best regard, Jan admin August 30, 2013 Hi Jan, Sorry, I missed your earlier message. Yup, you can email me on minghadi at yahoo .com. A short answer to your inquiry, the platform is quite stable to be used for walking. However, I do feel that the model of the dish need to be improved and tested for different variations, may be bell shaped curvy kind of model. The problem though with going to this direction is the cost… Cheers, Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.