VR can give astonishing video encounters. Accentuation on record, since sitting in a seat is not really equivalent to feeling the G-powers of a ride or vehicle. New Zealand-based Eight360 is out to change that with its Nove VR movement test system. Completely untethered, it gives boundless turn in all tomahawks, interpreting the impressions of virtual development to reality. The stage as of now coordinates with a large group of PC-based games and test systems, and its generally conservative size and weight — a little more than 1,100 pounds — mean it very well may be moved from setting to scene varying.