A free roaming VR gaming center in Melbourne has been opened by Zero Latency with the aim to make the gaming experience more immersive. If you ever thought to feel the excitement in a more realistic way, as if you were actually there, now you can experience that.
Zero Latency wrote in a video description regarding the free roaming VR gaming center in Melbourne:
“Come and experience the future of immersive gaming. In Melbourne, Australia.
Imagine a game that doesn’t feel like a game. Where your body is the controller. And your mind believes it’s real. The digital and real world meshed seamlessly together, to transport you inside the virtual like never before. When you move, the game moves with you. Pure immersive mayhem with the freedom to get up and go.”
Some insights into Zero Latency:
Free Roaming VR Gaming Center in Melbourne is basically a huge 4,300 square foot warehouse that has been transformed into a gaming center equipped with 129 PlayStation Eye cameras. Players will be given the Oculus Rift DK2 headsets to wear and a backpack containing an Alienware Alpha PC.
The Alienware will help in powering the Oculus Rift, and will be attached to various PlayStation Eye cameras. After wearing the gears the players can roam freely in the warehouse while playing what appears to be an FPS.
How much does it cost?
The price to play in Free Roaming VR Gaming Center in Melbourne is nearly AUD$88 per person for an hour and 4-6 players can play at once. It is really an amazing idea that seems to be taking concepts such as laser-tag and paintball to whole new levels. According to our sources, hundreds of people have already signed up to play within its first week.