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Omni One VR Treadmill

Virtual reality startup Virtuix has developed the gaming-focused Omni One, an impressive VR treadmill for your home that lets players walk and run in 360 degrees inside video games. The contraption promises to take your gaming to the next level, once you strapped yourself in, you can move your in-game character by physically walking, running, or jumping. The elaborate full-body controller even lets you kneel and crouch in place, and supports 360-degree movement. Omni One is a complete entertainment system that comes with a standalone VR headset (no PC or cables required) and works straight out of the box, providing a seamless user experience. It has a diameter of four feet and is supposedly easy to fold away. watch the impressive video below



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