Immersive Virtual Reality gaming center opens in Australia (didn't see this posted yet)
Thread DetailsLast Edited by idkist August 17, 2015 at 12:43 PM
Immersive Virtual Reality gaming center opens in Australia
Quote :A new gaming center has opened its doors in Melbourne, Australia, and it's not quite your typical after-school haunt. This place, called Zero Latency, offers true immersive virtual reality experience: if you want to kill zombies, you'll literally have to walk/run around, aim and shoot a VR gun. CNET got to try it out before launch and found that the center uses a 4,300-square-foot warehouse covered in a white-grid pattern and equipped with 129 PlayStation Eye cameras. One session can have up to six players, each one fitted with a backpack that houses an Alienware Alpha PC, which renders the environment for the users' Oculus Rift DK2 headsets.
A similar project called "The Void" plans to open a VR gaming center in Salt Lake City