Would you wear a virtual reality headset while riding a bike? The answer is no, hopefully, but what about a stationary bike? One Cambridge-based fitness startup, VirZoom, is hoping virtual reality can be the next key to a new fitness craze. Fitness companies like Peloton have raised massive amounts of cash to build techie fitness empires, and while Peloton (which has raised more than $444M
VirZOOM’s virtual reality exercise bike needs better games, but it does make working out less boring.
In this week's Plugged In, Mashable Tech Correspondent Ray Wong takes the VirZOOM virtual reality bike for a spin, with some mixed results. Read more... More about Bike, Technology, Virtual, Virtual Reality, and Gaming
The $399 VirZoom turns a stationary bike into a controller for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
VirZOOM, a VR/fitness firm, wants to get you off that couch and into a calorie-burning virtual reality. The US-based startup is selling a new series of stationary bikes that sync with VR headsets to immerse players in elaborate fant...