Virtusphere is a VR platform allowing users to be fully immersed into an interactive virtual experience. It expands the experience provided by modern VR helmets by allowing them to move in the virtual environment.
Imagine a huge hamsterball. It’s big enough to fit a person and sits on a platforms with wheels. The platform allows it to rotate in any direction, giving the user freedom to walk or run infinitely. This technology can be applied in enterntainment, education, and military training. Virtusphere is already being used by many VR parks, museums, universities, and military bases. It also has been featured at Google IO, CES, and other shows around the globe.
Virtusphere consists of 72 plastic segments, 11 metal supports with wheels, and some hardware to connect it all. There’s also the “walker” — a metal frame inside the sphere to safeguard from a fall and help beginners. We also provide all the necessary electronic components like sensors, VR headset, and PC.
It stands 10’6″ tall, 55″ × 48″ × 45″. When disassembled, the sphere takes up 4’ × 4’ × 6′ and weights 860 pounds. It’s light and compact enough to be transported by most trucks and minivans. Although the sphere can be assembled by one person, we recommend at least two people to make the job quicker, safer, and easier. Experienced teams can set it up in a few hours hours and take it apart in even faster.