Adding Physical Activity To Virtual Reality

With the expected explosion of the virtual reality industry and the recent announcement that the first Oculus handset will be shipped in March of this year to consumers, another area of virtual reality is getting some traction.

A company called Virtuix has developed one of the first omni-directional platform that lets users physically move around while wearing their VR handset. This is relatively important as VR cannot really be experienced seated for some activities and therefore we can expect more solutions to come in the future to give this physical and real-life component to the next generation of VR.

It is a good idea to keep an eye on how the VR industry will develop with new and interesting accessories to be added to better the user experience and how many new concepts and innovations will emerge.