Wrong approach imo. It needs to be a deck of spheres. At first it could be a simple matter of a harness to anchor the player. But later it could be controlled and even have each sphere on a column to simulate terrain. With variable rigidity you have even more options.
Still gotta start somewhere. Sadly this is all patented no doubt and until Amazon or Google buys them we're stuck with 5 guys in a garage level advancement.
Yep, you know what will happen 40 yrs from now
We're one step closer to soldiers using avatars from their homes.
"I'll start the grill in a second honey, gotta kick in the door of this Afgan village and kill a few terrorists first. I'm almost rank Corporal! In only need a few more kills!"
Gifs, videos, etc. that teach you something.