The Nomadic edition of the zombie game will introduce real elements (such as walls and objects) into the virtual world to elevate the immersion.
Nomadic, a company that offers modular solutions to create virtual reality leisure centers, has announced a collaboration with Vertigo Games to bring this fall to your platform a special version of Arizona Sunshine, which will allow users to touch the virtual world, thus elevating the immersion of the experience. This is the first content agreement for your turnkey solution to reach multiple locations.
“Partnering with an innovative and successful VR studio like Vertigo Games makes a lot of sense,” says Doug Griffin, CEO of Nomadic. “Through our use of physical interaction, this version of the experience will reach a whole new level in Nomadic venues.”
Nomadic experiences introduce into the virtual world real elements such as walls and objects, which have their correspondence with virtual elements, thus allowing them to be physically touched, something similar to what The Void offers. All this can be easily configured to offer new experiences that can even count on environmental effects.
Arizona Sunshine has already had a few versions for recreational venues, but this time “the extra layer of tactile interaction brings us the world in a whole new way,” says Richard Stitselaar of Vertigo.