The World's First True Commercially Viable Omnidirectional Treadmill
"Infinadeck is the floor your VR holodeck has been waiting for." -Dvice
What is it?
An Omnidirectional Treadmill (ODT) is similar to a typical treadmill, except that the user can walk in any direction. The Infinadeck reacts to the user’s movement, including their speed and direction, to keep them safely in the center of the deck. This, when coupled with a virtual reality headset, allows for limitless locomotion in a virtual world.
Infinadeck at CES 2016
Infinadeck traveled to Las Vegas to show the world the future of VR movement using our omnidirectional treadmill.
It was a hit!
So far the solutions to this problem have been less than impressive, but the Infinadeck—a treadmill that lets you walk in any direction—might just be the perfect solution.
The Infinadeck works just like a standard treadmill so people don’t need any special equipment to use it. There are no special shoes or suit required...
The Infinadeck... should be the product for those of you out there who do not get on the treadmill just because you find staring at a wall (or whatever is in front of you) while walking for 15 minutes absolutely boring. The Infinadeck will allow you to take a look at everything around you.
The Infinadeck... allows a user to walk completely naturally in any direction. Unlike other VR treadmills that have sprung up recently, the Infinadeck is an active, rather than passive, solution to the problem of VR locomotion.
Virtual reality as in the Star Trek Holodeck? The Infinadeck promises at least a similar experience and reasonably solid ground under your feet.
Infinadeck is the floor your VR holodeck has been waiting for.
The Infinadeck... could very well be the best of the bunch.
...soon gamers could have their own version of the Holodeck by way of the Infinadeck.
The Infinadeck... is as simple as hopping on top of it, and start walking around regardless of the VR world that you are in.
The Infinadeck lets you walk in any direction.
No, that's not a detached tank tread you're looking at, it's a treadmill -- and it doesn't care which direction you're walking.