Other Notable Local VR Projects
This omnidirectional treadmill replaces the usual controller for movement within a virtual environment. Slick shoes and a concave bowl re-create the sensation of walking and reproduce your "movement" in the game world. It's another big step toward biofeedback and deeper immersion.
Chaotic Moon fulfills the near-universal fantasy of punching an attacking shark in the face and watching it explode from the impact. It is a deeply rewarding experience.
The Rift offers a real sense of isolation as developer Duelboot lets you step into the shoes of the lone inhabitant of a space station. Are the strange occurrences happening around you real or have you been cooped up in space too long?
Stargazer at the End of Time
Take a gander at the night sky, create your own constellations, and let the universe wow you courtesy of local developers David Kalina and Jason Rosenstock.
Get in the cockpit and enjoy the lo-fi forests and mountains. The game forgoes speed and thrills for a gentler, more precise ride.
How could leaping off a building and avoiding obstacles on the way down not be fun? Owlchemy Labs adapted this from their PC game, but the Rift adds a whole other dimension, both figuratively and literally.
Unello Design invites you to take a trip down a lazy river and let the majestic trees and sun-dappled rocks float by. A soothing jam subtly guides you downstream as you make a few animal friends in your travels.