Los Angeles, California (CNN) -- You can watch video games in 3-D. You can hear them in stereo. And you can make your characters move like you do.
Now, a physics professor wants you to be able to feel them, too.
Interesting read, but not sure if I'd want one for my gaming setup. Considering the games I play, I don't think I'd want to feel a punch in the face or a sword in the back
Imagine the heightened vertigo you'd feel jumping from a viewpoint in Assassin's Creed