The VRgo Leaves Your Hands Free For Virtual Reality Activities and Gaming

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Nov 3, 2015
References: vrgochair & gizmag
The VRgo is a tilting chair that allows you to move through a variety of virtual reality settings. This contraption works by tracking the direction of your backside, thereby freeing up your hands for other tasks or for grasping on to virtual weapons.

The contraption is essentially a curved stool that functions like a virtual joystick, connecting with any game. It is capable of taking the natural body motions that you produce and translating them into on-screen movements. For example, leaning forward in the seat moves your in-game character in that direction.

Ultimately, the biggest advantage of the VRgo is the fact that it doesn't require use of your hands, which can then be used to further experience the gaming environment.