Ukrainian start-up MM-Company is making a virtual reality gaming chair

There’s another virtual reality chair in the works.

As reported by Eurogamer, the MMOne is a gaming chair attached to a crane that allows for three-axis rotation to reflect in-game movement.

Developer Ukrainianstart-up MM-Company claims that this is the world’s first interactive VR attraction. It works with Oculus Rift DK1 and DK2 and is also compatiable with gamepads and joysticks.

MM-Company also claims on its website that the tech will have exclusive titles, including rollercoaster and space simulators.

The accessory is still in development and is currently un-priced.

It joins the likes of RotoVR in the virtual reality gaming chair space.

Check out some videos of the tech below:

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