Educational historical journeys are just one possible use of the Immersive Cocoon, a walk-in virtual-reality pod being developed by NAU, an international design collective that aims to revolutionize the way we interact with computers, CNN reports. Immersed in the pod, you could virtually walk along a street in Roman Pompeii at the start of the first millennium when you notice a spectacular stone building. You reach out toward it, and your guide informs you it's a temple to the god Jupiter, built in 200 B.C. With a flick of your wrist you save the data and, school assignment complete, you

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