Two years after it first opened its warehouse doors in Melbourne, Zero Latency is launching a second free-roam multiplayer virtual reality space in Brisbane.
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When I tried it in mid-2015, I was blown away by Zero Latency's immersive virtual reality -- completely wireless, free roaming, warehouse-sized VR, built in Melbourne.
Almost two years on, the fundamentals are the same, but the Zero Latency experience is more refined than it has ever been. And that means new things are possible.
10 months after it opened its free-roam virtual reality warehouse space in Melbourne, Zero Latency is expanding beyond Australia's borders. Thanks to a new partnership with SEGA's amusement park division, a custom Zero Latency VR setup will bring "the world's best virtual reality experience" to Tokyo.
My hands are sweaty. The gun I'm holding is heavy. I'm stressed already. I feel like I've been running for hours. "Where are they?" "I don't know. Why is it so quiet in here?" The dark room we're in is deathly silent, eerily still and incredibly dark. The flashlights mounted on our rifles barely light up the end of the hall we're walking towards, inching forward and stepping around the floor-to-ceiling shelves that throw shadows up against the walls and continue to frighten the shit out of us.