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VRUK 2016: ‘The Challenges of Seated VR’ Liveblog

Earlier this week VRFocus reported on the news that Roto VR, a mechanised solution for turning in seated virtual reality (VR) experiences, would soon be announcing the price and date of its final kit. At the same time, the company also launched sign-ups for interest in pre-ordering the device. Today, Roto VR is at the VRUK festival in London, UK. Founder Elliot Myers is talking ‘The Challenges of Seated VR’, and VRFocus is liveblogging the talk below.

An official description reads: “Most virtual reality experiences are designed to be experienced sat down, but what issues can this cause? Elliot Myers explores these challenges.”

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