It is an offer for salons that would include everything you need to host virtual reality experiences, through Omni walkers.
In a partnership with the manufacturer of attractions Funovation, Virtuax you have created a solution for arcades. It would be focused on a competitive experience, allowing the holder to host weekly and monthly tournaments with more than€ 50,000 in prizes. They say that, compared to other experiences, the e-sport aspect tends to create a community of regulars, being able to multiply the frequency of visits up to 7 times.
Users will have the Omniverse platform at their disposal to play any of the titles available there through VR viewers, in addition to participating in the aforementioned leagues. For this there are 4 installed Omni 2.0 that they’ll use to move around in the game. VR Arena allows another 4 spectators to watch the game and includes its own waiting room. It also offers the ability to share scores on social networks and broadcast via Twitch helping to increase the visibility of the venue owner.
We have listened to the concerns of our customers, especially the laborious process of preparing the player, and we have worked hard to improve this situation. VR Arena benefits from the maturity of Omni, which is already a proven technology. We have currently sent more than 3,000 Omnis to more than 500 entertainment centers in 45 countries, resulting in more than 500,000 sessions played.”Jan Goetgeluk, CEO of Virtuix
VR Arena is proposed as an alternative to the attractions designed to be virtualized to scale that would agglomerate in a cabin of 35 square meters everything necessary to enjoy multiplayer experiences in which the player would feel that he moves through the virtual world.