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Find the latest news and press coverage on The Edge VR, a new virtual reality technology company. Learn more about the team's patented technology and advanced techniques to create totally immersive VR experiences. Visit the showcase location in Croton on Hudson, New York for The Edge of Space VR experience.
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December 16, 2021
Secure your headset and join us as we take a Road Trip: Close to Home to the edge of space!
The Edge VR in Croton is a new experience that makes your trip to the stars a little more accessible through virtual reality.
"What we try to do is elicit that very visceral emotion that you get when you're inside of here that connects you with the virtual world,” says owner Adam Anfiteatro.
BUSINESS Westchester/Rockland Journal News by Heather Clark
October 12, 2021
Taking a trip to outer space just got a little easier for those living on earth in the lower Hudson Valley.
A new virtual reality experience, The Edge VR, has opened in Croton-on-Hudson. It promises to bring customers to "the edge of space" through the use of "interactive and innovative" multi-player virtual reality.
The technology allows visitors to experience a virtual reality escape room combination without tethers as they maneuver through five environments virtually, and 20 x 20 square feet of space filled with physical props.
New, Immersive Virtual Reality Experience Launches in Westchester
SEPT. 28, 2021 (CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY) - The Edge VR featuring a new, immersive VR experience, The Edge of Space, is now open to adults and kids 10+ who want to enter another world – where transforming into a Voyager and reaching the outer limits of the universe is a fun and unique way to spend an afternoon or evening. What makes it better and different? Patented magnetic calibration technology that allows for full body tracking without hand controllers or heavy backpacks.
by Sascha Brodsky
May 14, 2021
"The system uses magnetic tracking and motion capture. Because the new technique doesn't require line of sight to track the player's body, close-quarter multiplayer games and applications will be possible," Adam Anfiteatro, CEO of The Edge VR, said in an email interview.