Virtuix announces Omni One home VR treadmill – The Verge

The crowdfunded Virtuix Omni began development in 2013. > The Omni One is more compact than its predecessors, anchoring users to a single vertical bar rather of a ring around the entire treadmill. The retail Omni One will be a self-contained system with a standalone headset– it’s being checked with a Pico Neo 2, but Virtuix will decide which headset to use for retail in the coming months.

The crowdfunded Virtuix Omni started advancement in 2013. > The Omni One is more compact than its predecessors, anchoring users to a single vertical bar instead of a ring around the whole treadmill. The retail Omni One will be a self-contained system with a standalone headset– it’s being evaluated with a Pico Neo 2, however Virtuix will decide which headset to utilize for retail in the coming months. Virtuix later stopped offering the consumer treadmill to focus on VR arcades. Virtuix describes the treadmill as something like a Peloton bike for gamers and selling it in a similar cost variety– while physical fitness isn’t the main focus, you’ll certainly be moving a lot in this thing.

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