Virtual reality has been around for a few years but despite investment from a number of companies, the format has so far failed to grab the public’s imagination.
But now, Australian company Zero Latency is looking to take virtual reality to a new level with free-roaming, multi-player games.
A room fitted with 64 cameras tracks the movements of players as they interact with a variety of games.
BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak finds out more.
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