Swedish-made and engineered, the Omni deck has been billed as the "ultimate VR simulator". Eight years in development, this intelligent 360 degree treadmill system offers a seamless VR walking experience. Unlike many commercial models that force you to walk in place, which feels unnatural and might cause motion sickness, the Omnideck allows a large degree of freedom with it's 4.3m wide treadmill. Positional tracking determines the speed of the rollers under users' feet so that the system can discreetly moves them back to the centre. Positional tracking controls the speed of the rollers under you Plop on a VR headset and realistically explore new worlds on foot, or indulge in the most realistic first-person shooter experience you'll ever have.
You could build your own PC with the most powerful components on the market right now, but with the 8pack OrionX you get a beast of a machine that also happens to look like a sci-fi inspired piece of art. Two systems are integrated in it, so you can work on two things at the same time, like doing 3D rendering while gaming. The primary one running a i7-6950X Processor supports three overclocked NVIDIA Titan X Pascal 12GB GPUs in tri-SLI, and over 1TB of primary SSD storage; while the secondary system runs an i7-7700K and one NVIDIA Titan X Pascal. Everything is housed in a custom Phanteks Enthoo Elite case, with three-loop water cooling to keep things running smoothly. Customisation is also an option: from the LED lights in the casing to etchings on the case.
Break free from the shackles of the QWERTY and WASD configurations with this fully-customisable keyboard. Each key is a 72x72 pixel LCD screen, and can be assigned any function or image — perfect for personalised gaming, as well as inside jokes. If you need speed and accuracy for high-level gaming, the new Razer Huntsman Elite boasts a light-actuated mechanical keys, so you get a combination of that familiar clickity-clack and lightning-fast responses. There's also on-board memory to save all your configurations, and Razer's signature Chroma customisable LED underglow.
Probably every Star Wars fan's dream come true, the Star Wars: Battle Pod is an arcade machine that allows you to simulate piloting some of the most popular vehicles from the franchise. Pilot an X-Wing in a mission to destroy the Death Star in the Battle of Yavin; race a speeder bike in the forests of Endor; or even play as Darth Vader in his TIE Advanced and chase down rebel fighters. The machine comes in at 1.8m x 1.7m x 2.4m, and 375kg, with vibrating controls and seat, surround sound, and air-burst feedback. There're also premium options, which come with real leather seats, a carpeted floor, design options modelled after the rebel fighter helmet and Darth Vader, and your name on a plaque.
With this you can experience going at breakneck speeds with zero to little risk, and crash over and over again. Used by Ford Motor Company to demonstrate ride experiences, this racing simulator is probably the closest you can get to racing a supercar without leaving the house. The fibreglass chassis rolls, pitches, and rotates up to 360 degrees, all powered by linear servo actuators that make it feel like you're actually burning rubber on the tarmac. Key external components like the seat, gearstick, steering wheel, accelerator, brake and clutch are all actual race car parts, modified to be used with the simulator. The software offers 12 cars and 16 tracks, all displayed on a 108-inch HD display, with the road rumble blasting out of 500-watt speakers.