Although it does not make as much noise as other companies, Virtuix is also at the GDC and, for the first time, it has shown a video in which they show the analog movement with the Omni. For this they have used Dreadhalls in their version for Gear VR.
We already really wanted to check out what analog movement was like in Virtuix Omni, since what had been shown so far was a simple emulation of the pressing of a key. Thanks to the analog mode, we can see how short steps cause a similar response in the game, something that is vital if we want the experience to be as similar as possible to walking in real life and not to pressing a giant keyboard with your feet. We can use the Omni connected to a PC or a mobile device such as Gear VR via Bluetooth.
On the other hand, they have already revealed the definitive dimensions of the device: 140cm wide, 139 deep and a height of 89 cm with the clamping ring in its lowest position. It is clear that it is not suitable for small rooms.
Virtuix informs that the Kickstarter accounts will be migrated this month to the Virtuix store, to start with the preparations for shipments a few weeks later. Distribution is expected to begin in early summer.