Let’s face it, some people get motion sickness when playing virtual reality games, but Cybershoes just might change that. Designed for the Oculus Quest, it connects wirelessly via the CyQuest Bluetooth receiver and translates natural, real-world movement into in-game locomotion, enabling users to walk, run, or jump in their favorite titles. There are a few natively supported titles, including Arizona Sunshine in partnership, which means setup is as easy as strapping on the shoes, booting up the headset, and selecting the in-game Cybershoes locomotion option. Read more for two videos and additional information.
How do Cybershoes help combat motion sickness? It converts players’ natural feet movement to in-game locomotion, while also increasing immersion, activity, and enjoyment. This helps the brain perceive one is standing, and not sitting, when exploring virtual worlds. Think of it as a low impact experience with the benefits of exercise while gaming. More information here.
- Next-level Hardware - Make every move count with a blazing-fast processor and our highest-resolution display
- All-In-One Gaming - With backward compatibility, you can explore new titles and old favorites in the expansive Quest content library
- Immersive Entertainment - Get the best seat in the house to live concerts, groundbreaking films, exclusive events and more
- Quest 2 requires your Facebook account to log in, making it easy to meet up with friends in VR and discover communities around the world
- Easy Setup - Just open the box, set up with the smartphone app and jump into VR. No PC or console needed. Requires wireless internet access and the Oculus app (free download) to set up device
Increasing fitness through active gaming and reducing motion sickness have always been key motivators for us, but the success of this campaign so far really puts a skip in our step. We look forward to strapping more Cybershoes on people’s feet around the world,” said Michael Bieglmayer, CEO of Cybershoes.