This Chair Concept Could Redefine Movement In VR Games

This Chair Concept Could Redefine Movement In VR Games

Immerse yourself in VR with this chair designed to translate real-world movement

Eva Recinos
  • 18 may 2016

Video game makers know that creating a truly immersive experience comes with many challenges. With the growing popularity of VR, some things that used to seem fantastical are now coming to fruition.

Self-described as “a new kind of motion controller for virtual reality,” the VRGO chair immerses users through a special swivel design. Users can experience games hands-free, seeing their hand motions reflected in the game in real time. They can also swivel the chair to move within the game. VRGO can wirelessly connect to a PC or cell phone and also works with joypad and keyboard inputs.

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