Kangsters’ Wheely-X brings virtual wheelchair racing home by seamlessly integrating a treadmill with specially designed games. The system consists of advanced sensors that users can effortlessly control through gestures or a mobile smartphone app.
The company aims to make physical activity and gaming accessible for individuals with diverse mobility levels. CES 2024 honoree attendees can experience Wheely-X at their booth in Eureka Park. Their immersive booth will showcase new features, share user success stories, and underscore the company’s commitment to inclusive design. Available now, priced at $2,595 USD.
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- Experience total immersion with 3D positional audio, hand tracking and easy-to-use controllers working together to make virtual worlds feel real.
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Kangsters’ Wheely-X is not merely a product; it’s a catalyst for change. By combining cutting-edge technology with a commitment to inclusivity, Kangsters envisions a future where mobility challenges become opportunities for innovation. As the disabled esports realm recognizes the transformative power of Wheely-X, Kangsters continues to redefine what’s possible for individuals with mobility challenges, one innovation at a time,” said the company.