by Sascha Brodsky | June 8, 2021
A new wave of home exercise equipment could get your heart rate pumping harder by using virtual reality.
The company Virtuix is building an at-home fitness treadmill that has built-in virtual reality called Omni One. The treadmill’s 360-degree experience enables users to walk or run in any direction inside their favorite video games.
Virtuix has shipped commercial VR exercise systems to entertainment venues in 45 countries, including Dave & Buster’s locations. Virtuix’s upcoming product, Omni One, is a consumer version of the Omni treadmill optimized for the home.