Zero Latency

The great American summer vacation now includes VR

It was mid-morning in America’s Dairyland when I killed my first zombie of the day. Over the next 15 minutes I would take down a couple hundred more, working up a decent sweat in the process. When I was finished, the next group of six players filed in after me, each one paying $25 a head for the privilege. This is The Arena, one of the very first commercial installations of Zero Latency Virtual Reality in the United States. It’s a full-body, untethered, free roaming VR system and one of the first of its kind to be deployed commercially. ….[READ]

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