The Omni is an omni-directional treadmill that lets players walk and run freely in 360 degrees inside video games and other virtual worlds. We’re backed by Mark Cuban and other notable investors.
Backed by Mark Cuban and other notable investors, the Omni is an omni-directional treadmill that lets players walk and run in 360 degrees inside video games and other virtual worlds.
Although our campaign is over-subscribed, you can still get in! Nearly 10% of investors fail to complete their follow-up tasks. Those slots will open up to investors on our waitlist. First-come, first-served, so join our waitlist today by completing the online investment process on SeedInvest.
“I believe in the Virtuix team and product. Now is the time to bring the popular Omni gaming experience to the home.”
"This thing is freakin' awesome. Loved it. WANT."
“I was excited beyond belief when I came out, and all I wanted was more.”
The Omni adds a fantastic new layer of immersion to the virtual reality experience. Virtuix has set the bar very high with the Omni.
"Yes, it really was that much fun. No apologies for our unbridled enthusiasm."
" It all makes for a fascinating additional dimension, and anyone lured to VR may well find the Omni an indispensable part of the experience."
Omni One is the first Omni optimized for the home. It’s a complete entertainment system including a standalone VR headset and online game store.
We’re currently shipping beta units to our investor community. Our first customers are loving their Omni One experience.
Virtuix investors receive discounts on Omni One and are first in line to order a system ahead of the general public.
Omni Arena provides an excellent sales channel for Omni One. Omni Arena’s large community of registered players (already 300,000 accounts and growing rapidly) are all potential Omni One customers. And for demoing Omni One, we don’t need to build an expensive chain of retail locations. Our 70+ Omni Arena locations nationwide offer a convenient way for people interested in Omni One to try out the Omni experience.
We’ve already accumulated a waitlist of over 35,000 potential customers interested in Omni One. Every week, 250-300 more subscribers join the Omni One waitlist with little marketing.
“We aim to bring our popular gaming experience to millions of homes around the world.”
Management team and advisory board bring over 100 years of gaming and hardware industry experience at notable businesses including Activision, Dave & Busters, and Guitar Hero.
Investors get to skip the line and order Omni One before it goes on sale to the general public. We’re currently shipping beta units to our investor community. Given that over 900 investors have now applied to buy beta units, the beta program will extend well into the second half of 2023. Quantities available to beta customers will start small and gradually increase as the beta program proceeds. We aim to start delivering general-release units to investors in Q4 of this year.
We will contact you when it’s your time to order a unit (ahead of the general public). At that time, you’ll also receive a discount code that you can apply upon checkout.
Omni One’s introductory price is $2,595 + shipping. A monthly payment plan option will be available for as low as $65/month.
While we haven’t finalized shipping details yet, we estimate that shipping will cost in the range of $200 for doorstep delivery in the continental U.S. Additional, higher-cost options will be available, including a white-glove delivery service that includes setup of your unit.
Omni One deliveries will start in the U.S. We will expand internationally when we are ready to support our international customers (not until 2024 or later).
Our main competitor is KAT VR, a Chinese company. They don't offer a complete system like Omni One; rather, they sell their omni-directional treadmill as a peripheral that they claim to be compatible with all existing VR headsets and games. Another competing omni-directional treadmill is Infinadeck. This is a large, motorized device for commercial use that costs about $60,000.
Yes, Omni One will support a PC connection to play PC-based games via SteamVR and any VR headset that’s compatible with PC. This mode will require some tinkering and won’t provide a seamless user experience.
Omni One is 4 ft. wide (120 cm), 5 ft. long (150 cm), and has a minimum height of 4 ft. (120 cm). The complete system with all accessories weighs about 150 lbs (70 kg).
Omni One accommodates users from 4’4” to 6’4” in height (132 to 192 cm), and up to 250 lbs (113 kg).
Yes, perks earned in this campaign can be combined with any perks earned in the 2020-2021 SeedInvest campaign. For example, if you earned a 20% discount in the prior campaign and invest $1,000 in this campaign (qualifying for another 30% discount), then your total discount on Omni One will be 50%.
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