VR seat combats motion sickness
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The era of virtual reality is well and truly upon us — we most recently saw hotel users order VR experiences via room service. But as the industry grows, businesses like VRGO are looking to generate evermore immersive physical play, as well as combat the motion sickness often experienced in-game (which we have already seen a pill try to do). https://youtu.be/w_fDtMexD0A VRGO is a seat that connects to available VR devices and games via Bluetooth. The seat uses motion sensing technology to allow users to control their virtual character by leaning and swivelling to direct movement and follow the action.…
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