360 Degree Rotate VR Battle 9D VR Electric 220V with Green Color and 200KG Max Load
VR Battle is the creation of a virtual environment presented to our senses in such a way that we experience it as if we were really there. It uses a host of technologies to achieve this goal and is a technically complex feat that has to account for our perception and cognition. It has both entertainment and serious uses. We are the hero into the war to shoot the monsters. The technology is becoming cheaper and more widespread.
How to Play VR Battle
Stand up on the VR Battle Platform, wear the VR Glass, Hold the joystick. Now ready to enjoy the game.
There are total 5pcs interactive gun shooting games, for example, the Zombia. They are chasing us in the scene, we have to shoot all of them to escape. Otherwise, we will be killed and the game will end. It's very exciting and challenged. Besides, the platform is movable, it can rotate 360 degree, which direction is controlled by the player. We can use headset and the joystick to track the target, then shoot them with the joystick.
Application of VR Battle
There are a wide variety of applications for virtual reality which include:
Why Choose VR Battle
VR Family Specifications
|Number of player||1|
|Immersion VR headset||D2 2K Screen/ 1440*2560|
The accounting system
There is a great accounting system for the VR family, which can record the players' number everyday. And send to your personal email automatically every day after close. That is to say, even though the boss not on site, he will know how the business operating. This is a system to monitor the workers and also the machines, which is very good for boss.
Features of VR Battle
There are many different types of virtual reality systems but they all share the same characteristics such as the ability to allow the person to view three-dimensional images. These images appear life-sized to the person. Plus they change as the person moves around their environment which corresponds with the change in their field of vision. The aim is for a seamless join between the person’s head and eye movements and the appropriate response, e.g. change in perception. This ensures that the virtual environment is both realistic and enjoyable.