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Virtual reality (VR) headsets offer a unique means of entertainment that may still offer a way to enhance experiences in the real world. However, the development of new augmented reality (AR) games has become increasingly uncommon. Our team proposes an approach that combines the VR experience with the classic remote-controlled car. We modified an existing kit to house a new, 360-degree camera that would allow the user an unrestricted field of vision, developed a pipeline that could stream its output directly to a VR headset, and integrated computer vision models for object recognition. Our project offers a feasible way for future designers to leverage these features to create more complex and engaging activities for users to enjoy.
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