Void VR system
The Void VR system offers arcade-style experiences in several countries, overlaying virtual worlds on real rooms to let people move about as they might if really in the fantasy.
Void experiences in Las Vegas included plays on “Wreck-it Ralph” and “Star Wars” films.
Hurricane 360 VR shown off at CES combined the technology and a multiperson chair manipulated by robotic arms to take people on wild amusement park rides — eliciting exhilarated cries.
Sense Arena set up a VR hockey rink where people tried to send pucks past a virtual goalie.
VR was also being used for medical treatment and diagnostics such as managing pain or diagnosing brain impairments, and to allow senior citizens to “travel” to far-flung destinations.
Start-ups touted accessories from foot gear for moving through virtual settings to a Teslasuit that let wearers feel what happens in faux environs. “So, if you are playing ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ and someone punches you in the gut, you are going to feel it in your stomach,” Consumer Technology