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The Omni is the leading platform for multiplayer
VR at entertainment centers around the globe. Note: The consumer Omni listed on
this page is no longer available. Pricing on this page is not applicable to the
current commercial Omni.
The Omni is the leading platform for multiplayer VR at entertainment centers around the globe. Note: The consumer Omni listed on this page is no longer available. Pricing on this page is not applicable to the current commercial Omni.
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    1. Darin Conard on

      I suggest you might want to add a question to the end of that survey - for those of us who don't own or have on order accessories like the Rift - but are planning to. :D I *want* a Rift, I just plan to wait until they go to a production model.

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      Jean-Luc Ghim on

      Would picking up the Omni instead of shipping be ready day one or would e-mails be sent out saying our product is ready for pick up? I don't want to have to wait another 3 months extra to get my Omni like I am my Rift.

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      Kevin Stone on

      @ Minoru TODA I don't think so. Many game and gaming related Kickstarters have offered multi-copy sets based on the fact that gaming often involves multiple players. The single serving policy includes the wording, "With some projects, we'll make exceptions for what we consider sensible sets" In this case the sensible set is a discount for multiple gaming peripherals to be used in tandem, a logical offer for any gaming peripheral manufacturer. The policy is somewhat vaguely worded anyway.

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      Riku Sasaki on

      Really hope that someone else from Japan orders one and that we can pool our Omni together. I'd wait extra months if it means bringing the price down.

    5. Minoru TODA on

      Wouldn't DUEL OMNI go against kickstarter's single serving rule ?

    6. BlackDove on

      I actually have a shipping question:

      Shouldn't the DIY shipping cost less, considering it has fewer parts with it, and would thus weigh less?

      May not be something you've calculated yet, but would be good to know if that will play a role.

    7. Sean Bradshaw on

      It would have to fit into a MINI Cooper if I was to bring it home myself. If the base breaks apart into multiple wedges, I imagine at least into quarters, then it might work once I put the rear seats down. And while I put San Jose as my nearest big city, I'd be willing to drive to San Francisco or Oakland to pick it up... if it fit in my car.