Remember the affordable, fully functional VR motion simulator? Well, the guys are back with a new motion simulator called Yaw2. This time, it is not just merely a motion simulator; it is a smart chair too, suitable for both work and relaxation.
Lets run through this real quick. Here are two new peripherals for virtual reality from HTC VIVE. The VR equipment maker has introduced its next-gen tracking peripherals, VIVE Tracker (3.0), and VIVE Facial Tracker. Clearly, these are not for gaming – at least is not now.
While Oculus wants you ditch controllers for your own hands as VR controllers, HaptX Inc. wants pro grade VR system users to feel the virtual environment in the real world.
You have already heard how VR can enable designers from the around to world to corroborate. But that was for design where regular VR controllers are suffice. For applications such as training, however, the ability to feel what a user have touched in the Virtual Reality world will greatly boost the realism. Enter SenseGlove Nova …
Virtual reality is the next milestone in simulation/gaming immersion. Can it do better? Obviously. At this point, we have already seen omni-directional treadmill, hand-tracking, suits that let you feel the impact of being shot at, and a rig that lets you “fly”. Now, New Zealand-based Eight360 joins in with a 360-degree motion VR simulator, NOVA.
HTC VIVE has introduced a new VR headset and laptop bundle that would take the science out of PC-VR setup. The company has introduced the HTC VIVE Cosmos Series x AORUS 15G Bundle to get you started with Virtual Reality even if you may be clueless about VR.
Austin, Texas-based Virtuix is in the business of making VR games more realistic with omni-directional treadmill for moving through the virtual environments, is now planning to bring the technology to your home. Called Omni One, this consumer version of omni-directional treadmill offers 360-degree experience for incredible immersion.
Tech moves at lightning speeds. If you blink, you might just miss a Bitcoin investment opportunity, a new virtual reality game or the latest robot to do the housework. But what new tech will change our everyday behaviors in 2020 and beyond? Well, here are our forecast:
Feeling nostalgic about the 90s? If so, you will dig Pixel Ripped 1995 VR video game. No Time Machine required. The game was first released on Steam last month and it is will be available on PS VR, supposedly today.
For those looking for the ultimate VR immersion, perhaps you will want to give your VR headset an audio upgrade with Rebuff Reality VR Ears. VR Ears is sort of like headphones, but not actually headphones, headphones.