The Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign for Control VR, a globe-based virtual reality motion control system ended successfully Saturday with $442,227 raised.
The company had asked for $250,000.
Delivery of the devices is scheduled to begin in December.
A rig that includes both hands, arms, fingers and body cost $600 through the Kickstarter.
The price is a little high for consumers, especially when added to the $350 cost of the Oculus Rift headset and the $500 cost of the Virtuix Omni, but it would be a good fit for virtual reality arcades, such as the one currently being planned for Boston.
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