Injoy Motion Corp., a company that specializes in mechatronics engineering and tech, displayed their unique virtual reality and motion simulators at the recent Tokyo Game Show. Injoy worked alongside partner company Futuretown, a content provider, to augment their motion platform by adding a heightened sense of realism through VR.
The company’s motion platform caters to a variety of games and play styles, including some of the VR games that were available for play at the show: Whiteout (skiing), Infinity Rider (motorcycle racer), Wave Breaker (surfing game) and Stallion Adventures (which simulates horse riding). All the games are enhanced with immersive VR technologies and Injoy’s patented movement platform that replicates the feeling of skiing, riding a horse and more.
Injoy says its motion platform interfaces with the most popular VR systems including HTC Vive, Occulus Rift and 3Glasses. Expect to see it in demo form at the coming IAAPA show. The company expects to launch it in early 2017, but specifics haven’t been firmed up yet.