CES 2018 was an exciting event for our 10 year old edtech reporter Tatum F. She’s been covering conferences since she was six years old at ISTE 2014, but this year was the first time she was cleared for the big show, CES. She was proudly the youngest member of the press ever credentialed for the largest consumer technology event in the western hemisphere. Naturally, when we got back home we asked her what technology she wanted to get. Of course the big VR capsule from Dimensions VR was at the top of her list, actually it was most of her list.
Dimensions VR makes a two person VR capsule which combines all the elements of traditional virtual reality with a moving chair experience, similar to those pod like simulators. This combined experience makes the virtual reality seem even more realistic. It’s also a great alternative for some people who get motion sickness from virtual reality. That motion sickness comes from a sensory conflict from the ears to the eyes and the brain. When you add the component of a moving chair, it helps eliminate some of the confusion.
Dimensions VR partners with VR studios that create only the best VR content. They offer a wide variety of immersive virtual reality experiences from intense amusement park like, rollercoaster rides to space ships and even bunjee jumping. In the video interview above, Dimension’s Curtis Hedges explains to Tatum that their company even offers slower more relaxed rides for adults that may not like the high speed roller coaster, space flight action. They also offer kiddie rides for younger children. But Tatum went all in and asked to ride the most intense ride they had, and she did it over and over again.
Dimensions VR capsules are designed for amusement parks, arcades, shopping malls and other high traffic areas. They offer a complete turn key solution and can even help small business owners negotiate the best leases and find the best space in their area to bring virtual reality to life. The company also offers 24/7 human customer support.
They use the latest virtual reality technology and even include a monitor that allows passerbys and customers waiting, to see the experience the current riders are on.
Check out Tatum’s video interview above and for more information or to start a VR business of your own visit dimensions-vr.com