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See how Zero Latency compares to similar products. Zero Latency's top competitors include Portals, Ready Team One, and STEPVR.

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Sandbox VR

Sandbox VR operates as a gaming software company. The company combines motion with virtual reality technology to create a digital dualism and develops games with virtual reality experiences for groups at a wide range of locations where users can see and physically interact with everyone while playing. It primarily serves the gaming industry. Sandbox VR was formerly known as Glo Games. It was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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Infinadeck

Infinadeck is a company focused on immersive technology, specifically in the virtual reality sector. The company's main product is an omnidirectional treadmill designed to integrate with virtual reality, providing a platform for full-body motion in the metaverse and VR experiences. This allows users to naturally walk in any direction, enhancing the immersion of virtual reality experiences. The company primarily serves sectors such as healthcare, military and government, enterprise training, architecture, engineering and construction, gaming and location-based entertainment, research and education, and fitness. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Rocklin, California.

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Atheer

Atheer provides Augmented interactive Reality (AiR), combining the power of 3D augmented reality with gesture-based computing interaction to unlock human productivity. Atheer's AiR SmartGlasses are the industry's only mobile, gesture-controlled see-through smart glasses that allow users to view critical workflow information overlaid onto the real world, making it possible for users to interact with data in a natural way and collaborate with their peers. Using the Atheer AiR Platform, independent developers and companies around the world are now creating productivity applications for use across the enterprise. It was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

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Seebright

Seebright focuses on making augmented reality accessible, operating in the technology sector with an emphasis on display systems. The company develops affordable, wide field of view display systems for various applications including gaming, visualization, education, and industry. Seebright also supports developers by providing an open-source core SDK compatible with iOS and Android platforms. It is based in Santa Cruz, California.

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Virtuix

Virtuix is at the forefront of virtual reality hardware and is the developer of the Omni - an Omni-directional treadmill that addresses mobility in virtual environments. Virtuix's mission is to lead the virtual reality industry to its ultimate goal of 'full virtual reality as the Omni supports natural movement, engages the entire body, and delivers a sense of immersion. Virtuix believes that full virtual reality has the power to revolutionize how we live, learn, work and play. Virtuix was founded in 2013 and is based in Austin, Texas.

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Survios

Survios operates as a game development studio. It develops a virtual reality-based gaming platform with images, sounds, tactile presence, and dynamic spectating, enabling gamers to experience gaming like a reality. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Marina del Rey, California.

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