First Polish multidirectional VR Treadmill Under Construction

Warsaw-based company Disco WTMH that stands behind DISCO3VR, the biggest VR centre in Poland, challenges the global giants of the VR world. Headed by Bogumil Jankiewicz, the founder of Bobby Burger, the biggest polish hamburger restaurants chain, the team is expanding their
activities by manufacturing VR movement controllers. Two prototypes of their first product – DISCO 1.6 VR Treadmill are available for testing
from the 16th of September. The company wants to fund their further development from resources partially collected during company’s ongoing
stock issue on the Beesfund platform.

The production of disco 1.6 treadmill is company’s first step on the hardware market. The firm is also planning to create a VR-bike, simulating modules and a robotic arm. What is more, DISCO WTMH is also working on opening an original gaming platform devoted to VR which will
be used in company’s new DISCO:VR vrcades.

Author: VR Reporter

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