The multiplayer and wireless Zero Latency experience is preparing its launch for next November 2 in Madrid, offering the possibility of making a reservation right now for € 50.
Project Zero Latency it is an initiative in development for more than two years, whose initial prototypes worked with Oculus Rift DK2. Currently, the attraction that will open its doors to the public in Madrid next 2 November, will feature viewers HDK2 from Razer and OSVR, backpacks with Alienware laptops, microphone and helmets, and a futuristic weapon. Both the scope and the weapon will have two luminous balls to achieve the absolute positioning of said elements.
A scale of 200 meters squares at our disposal to move freely without cable ties and that we can enjoy with 5 other people. We will put ourselves in the shoes of a member of a rebel team who has to help restore order after a zombie invasion. The mission will last 30 minutes and cost € 50 per person, and the possibility of making reservations is already available.
It should be noted that this is a different solution from the one proposed by The Void, whose impressions we detailed to you last week. The difference is that in the case of Zero Latency there will be no physical elements present in both the real and the virtual world, that is, it will not have hyper-reality.