Khail's a huge VR nerd, so we couldn't think of anyone better to head over to Virtuix's booth at CES 2015 and climb into the Omni, a VR station that lets the user "run" in place with special shoes and a harness. It looks as hilarious as it sounds; don't miss it!
On today's show, Khail and Ashley name two more favorites from the CES 2015 show floor and chat with Technobuffalo's Jon Rettinger about connected cars. There's also a flexible 4K TV and an active way to enjoy VR.
The Virtuix Omni is an omni-directional surface (not a treadmill) that allows you to move around in the game world while (mostly) staying put in reality.
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