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New office space acquired and adapted to providing QA for Oculus, Vive and more

Universally Speaking launches VR testing service

Services firm Universally Speaking has expanded its offering to now include virtual reality testing.

The company has acquired new office space dedicated entirely to testing VR products, adapted to suit the specific needs of the new medium in order to minimise the risk of collision.

Universally Speaking also reports that it is introducing new working practices to lower the chances of eye strain and motion sickness for its employees, as well as training to ensure the team provides better QA for VR titles.

“We are very excited about the potential of VR, and embracing new technology has always been part of our growth plans which in turn allows us to offer an unmatched specialist quality assurance service,” said CEO Vickie Peggs.

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