Virtuix, the corporate behind the VR treadmill Virtuix Omni, debuted their beforehand introduced VR eSports attraction ‘Omniverse VR Area’ on the Dave & Buster’s location in Austin, Texas this previous week.
The placement-based attraction accommodates as much as 4 gamers, and at the moment options 4 video games on the VR Area in Austin, with the promise of extra coming quickly; video games are stated to final 15 to 20 minutes.
The attraction additionally contains a queuing system that notifies visitors by textual content message when it’s their flip to play, letting them roam Dave & Buster’s within the meantime.
Exterior of native play, VR Area-goers can participate in Omniverse weekly leaderboard contests for money prizes. Customers can enter by signing up for a Omniverse account and going to taking part areas that function Omni VR treadmills.
Along with the Dave & Buster’s Austin location, Virtuix immediately introduced that they’ve opened one at Sky Zone in McDonough, Georgia.
Because of a profitable Kickstarter that garnered over $1,000,000 from shoppers in 2013, the corporate has since shifted their focus to the enterprise market and in driving repeated engagement with their Omniverse contests. Up to now, Virtuix says they’ve shipped over three,000 Omni treadmills throughout 45 international locations.