Striker VR Arena Infinity v1 Gun

Aug 10, 2016

Category: Tech

Remember all those hours you spent in the arcade playing Time Crisis 3 as a kid? Do you still think fondly of that plastic recoil into your shoulder and the repetitive ‘tack, tack, tack’ sound? Well, if Striker VR’s realistic Infinity v1 is any indication, you may be able to bring that experience back into your own home.

A far cry from the old Nintendo’s Duck Hunt, this gun is intended to be used in immersive virtual reality games. Much in the same way you have a bevy of different weapons to choose from while in a video game, this gun can simulate the recoil and fire-rate of everything from railguns to chainsaws and regular old automatic weapons. This product is still a bit over a year from hitting the market, but when it does hit shelves, it will be compatible with some of the biggest VR platforms out there. See it in action below.

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