ero Latency Upgrades VR Attraction Platform With Hardware From Microsoft & HP

March 14, 2019

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Zero Latency, creator of a leading VR attraction platform, is now deploying their ‘gen 2’ VR hardware. The revamp includes newer HP VR backpacks, Windows VR headsets, and Windows VR peripheral tracking for a more modern VR experience that’s easier to set up & operate, and offers an improved player experience, the company says. Zero Latency has been a player in the out-of-home VR space since 2013.

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