One of the problems with VR is that you need a lot of space to make it work, otherwise you're just going to run into walls, your couch, or you'll punch your controller through your monitor accidentally.
Zero Latency's solution to this problem is to set up specific venues to host their "free-roam VR experiences" that are about the size of a tennis court.
And then they sell tickets to up to eight people at a time to dive into their "immersive adventures." Zero Latency made headlines last year with the release of Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity, a VR experience where you get to know Far Cry 3's Vaas a little better.
The success of that experience has taught Zero Latency the value of licensed IPs, so now they're teaming up with Games Workshop to create a Warhammer: 40,000 Space Marine VR adventure.Read more on thegamer.com