Seattle-based VRstudios has been expanding at a rapid rate with several new partnerships that utilise the company’s full motion wireless virtual reality (VR) system named VRcade. Last month VRFocus reported on the firm collaborating with Korean company Simuline, and today’s announcement reveals VRstudios has teamed up with Danish firm Smartlaunch.
SmartLaunch has a worldwide network of gaming and entertainment centres, and with this new partnership the company will be deploying VRstudios products across them, in a worldwide distribution agreement.
“Gaming centers have been asking for VR games and experiences. Our partnership with VRstudios will allow SmartLaunch to offer a steady and frequent delivery of exciting new games and experiences to our customers,” said Vinay Java, chief operating officer of SmartLaunch. “VRstudios’ capabilities are one-of-a-kind. Once you have tried a truly wireless VR experience, it’s really hard to imagine using anything else. The benefits of this partnership will clearly give us an edge.”
VRstudios chief operating officer, Derek Anderson added, “We are proud to be integrated into the worldwide ecosystem of a leading innovator in the (FEC) arena. This is validation that our proposition and mind-blowing VR products bring a differentiation that cannot be ignored. SmartLaunch represents an excellent distribution partner, because they see past the novelty of VR and into the amazing and expansive possibilities of VR. We look forward to bringing our out-of-this world VR content to their customers.”
There’s no indication when VRstudios products will start to be used by SmartLaunch but as further details are announced keep reading VRFocus.