I’m totally OK with never trying this out in real life but some folks called VR WARE have created a way to add head gestures in Second Life by hijacking your camera and watching your facial expressions and eye movements. They’ve gotten it to recognize nods so far but can a wry smirk or a shoulder shrug be far behind? Truly, we are living in an age of miracles.
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