The videos of the MMOne 360º swivel chair can be described as creepy, a device that rotates furiously on its axes to place the user in the most unlikely positions while using a virtual reality viewer.
First of all, the promotional video is not wasted. In it, some supposed wives and girlfriends of video game addicts, tired of their partners not even smiling at an ordinary gift, decide to get down to work to create a different device. And boy do they get it!
In these videos we can see some of the typical demos for Oculus Rift, such as the Helix roller coaster or the RiftAway swing, working in sync with the chair. It is evident that it is a prototype and does not include any security measures other than the fastening because… can you imagine what can happen if it occurs to us to take out an arm while the chair is rotating? That’s why we said the videos were creepy. Anyway, for those who claim that they are not dizzy trying virtual reality, try an MMOne and then tell us.
This chair MMOne is still under development by the company Ukrainian MM-Company, and, in its current state it is evident that it is far from being a device usable even by gamers more daring, and not just because of the lack of security (which is also true), but because, as we see in the videos, the headtracking is disabled, so that the camera always looks at the front, which obviously impractical in virtual reality, for a lot of us feel the jolts and G-forces with the brutal twists.