Virtual Reality (VR) content creators usually design large virtual environments. However, the available physical spaces are typically limited and contain several interior obstacles such as furniture, cables or computers. Thus, users may experience discontinuity or even dangers while naturally walking in VR. Redirected walking (RDW) approaches consist of a series of VR-based locomotion techniques, which introduce perceptually unnoticeable virtual camera motion offset from a user’s movements. In this chapter we summarize the state-of-art RDW techniques on how to more significantly redirect users towards infinite walking while avoiding both static and dynamic dangers.