“It just boils down to what kind of meta we want to see.” Avid Smash Bros. player and YouTuber Omni makes a strong case for not allowing custom moves in the game’s tournaments in the aftermath of EVO accepting them last weekend. I guess this means the debate is officially not settled yet!
Have you ever wanted to travel to Castle Black, climb the wall, and look out over the frozen north? You'll probably never be able to actually do that, but you do have options.
If you're not strapping on an Oculus Rift headset and using both a virtual reality treadmill and a special assault rifle controller when you play a first-person shooter, well, I just don't know if you're getting the most intense experience possible.
Pokémon, in first person, played with an Oculus Rift plus a 'virtual reality treadmill' called the Virtuix Omni—which allows you to walk around naturally in a game. This is the future, folks.
Couple Minecraft with the Oculus Rift headset and the Omni, that virtual reality treadmill which allows you to walk around naturally in a game, and you're bound to get one of the most immerse experiences (currently) possible in video games.
Remember Omni, the virtual reality/treadmill hybrid that allows you to walk and look around naturally in a game—like Skyrim? This time, Virtuix, the folks behind the tech, are back with footage of the Omni, Team Fortress 2 and the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset running all at once. This is as immersive as you can…
If your guess was "play Skyrim while on a treadmill"—yes, sort of. The device you see in the video above is called the Omni, and it's a virtual reality/treadmill hybrid that allows you to walk and look around naturally in a game.