VizMove Walking VR System

Immersive, wide-area walking virtual reality.


    • Create realistic virtual reality environments with pre-configured hardware and software.
    • Visualize, navigate and interact at scale.
    • Freely move and walk around in a tracking space of any size and shape.
    • Rely on the best in customer support.
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Walking VR


Experience full freedom of movement in a wide-area walking environment with a VR headset.


Move freely through your virtual world with high-precision tracking for both head and hands.


Rapidly develop and deploy even the most complex virtual reality applications with included software.


Intuitively interact and navigate with wireless, ergonomic controller.


Harness the power of seamless virtual reality rendering with cutting-edge VR components.

VizMove Walking VR lets you get started immediately

    • Eliminate the guess-work of configuring hardware. Launch your virtual reality system with a few clicks of the mouse.
    • Efficiently design your own virtual reality environment with Vizard, our premier software designed for rapid application development.
    • Master VizMove Walking in minutes using its extensive collection of example applications and demos.
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A look at VizMove Walking VR in action.

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