The $700 device is designed to be used in combination with a virtual reality headset such as the Oculus Rift, and allows users to walk, run, crouch, jump and even sit down. Unlike its closest competitor, the Virtuix Omni, the Cyberinth Virtualizer does not required special shoes because it uses a flat, low-friction surface that works with regular socks.
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