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August 4, 2014

Cyberith Virtualizer hits $250,000 Kickstarter goal

Cyberith Virtualizer hits $250,000 Kickstarter goal

Virtual Reality peripherals are having something of a resurgence at the moment, as the Cyberith Virtualizer proves. The VR-accompanyment device has just ticked over its $250,000 USD Kickstarter goal, with 26 days still remaining to…


July 24, 2014

Cyberith Virtualizer Kickstarter off to a flying start

Cyberith Virtualizer Kickstarter off to a flying start

VR fans are flocking to the new Kickstarter for the Cyberith Virtualizer’s crowd funding project. The crowdfunding has just begun and already the Kickstarter has attracted over $100,000, just under half of the $250,000 the Cyberith…


July 9, 2014

Cyberith Virtualizer gets Kickstarter date

Cyberith Virtualizer gets Kickstarter date

VR nuts will be able to order their own Cyberith Virtualizer later this month when the Kickstarter launches. Cyberith are ready to launch the Kickstarter for their contraption on 23 July. Coupled with a VR headset,…


January 31, 2014

Watch Skyrim with the Cyberith Virualizer and VR

Watch Skyrim with the Cyberith Virualizer and VR

We love the videos by Cyberith’s Tuncay Cakmak, he always gets into the spirit of the game he’s playing and this new video is no exception with his face painting. Today Tuncay is back with…



December 19, 2013

Arma 3 in VR demonstrated with the Cyberith Virtualizer

Arma 3 in VR demonstrated with the Cyberith Virtualizer

Cyberith are back with a new demonstration of their VR treadmill, the Cyberlith Virtualizer. After the demonstration of GTA IV on the PC, this time Arma 3 is brought to life in VR. Running and shooting…



June 27, 2013

Cyberith Virtualiser hopes to be a step up from the Omni

Cyberith Virtualiser hopes to be a step up from the Omni

Another device has appeared in the great effort to get baby-stroller shaped virtual reality contraptions into our living rooms. This new one is called the Cyberith Virtualiser, which sounds suspiciously like something a sinister corporation…