• The set-up is simple: the trainer device holds the rear wheel of the bike and also connects to a VR headset.
  • From there you can start cycling through different worlds, which come with music, sound effects and more. At present, the Italy-based team have developed a series of worlds that can be cycled through, although they have also made an open marketplace where developers can sell their own 3D games and are developing an SDK.
  • The ability to create custom cycling tracks that replicate real-life courses means that the system may be appealing to established athletes. A cyclist can become intimately familiar with a race track before they compete on it.

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