Roto VR’s flagship product is an interactive virtual reality (VR) chair, which has been developed over a three-year period. It syncs what users feel with what they see, a phenomenon known as gravitational presence.
It does this by auto-rotating wherever the user looks – this is achieved by incorporating accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers inside the Roto Headtracker, a small device that clips on to the user’s own VR headset.
|Date of investment||December 2019|
|Cost of investment||£1,750,000|
|% of ownership||21.6%|
|Latest valuation of Pembroke investment||£774,000|