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VR in this Tokyo amusement park is a win-win for thrill-seekers

from Architectural Digest

Starting next month, virtual reality enthusiasts can enjoy Sega Live Creation's new VR experience, dubbed Project I Can. In this warehouse-size space at the Tokyo Joypolis — an amusement park that features an indoor roller coaster, 3-D movies, and a haunted house, among other attractions — gamers wear Free-Roam Virtual Reality (FRVR) gear while playing multiuser games. Earlier this month, Sensics, a U.S.-based VR developer, announced that it had partnered with Zero Latency, a wireless VR developer, to produce this new amusement park attraction. more

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