Virtuix Omni digital actuality treadmill ships in July for early adopters

Virtuix Omni virtual reality treadmill ships in July for early adopters

Virtuix’s Omni treadmill, a digital actuality platform that permits customers to run and stroll in any path in video games utilizing their actual-life legs, will start delivery in July for people who already pre-ordered one. The $500 package deal consists of the treadmill unit, a pair of footwear, a help harness, mini-recreation and monitoring software program and hardware. The fee does not embrace delivery, however it does include a one-yr guarantee. People who determine to pre-order a unit now will obtain it in September, in line with Eurogamer.

Virtuix started taking pre-orders for the omnidirectional treadmill in August 2013 following a wildly profitable Kickstarter marketing campaign that led to July. The VR hardware developer raised $1.1 million on the crowdfunding platform, and pushed properly previous its $one hundred fifty,000 aim in its first day. We have seen movies of early demos of the Omni in motion, together with one accompanied by the Oculus Rift and Workforce Fortress 2.

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Virtuix Omni virtual reality treadmill ships in July for early adopters

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