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But what does this have to do with anything? I think @GreyAcumen is right on this one. If this was the real reason and they wanted to fulfill Hero's orders sooner rather than latter they would simply take longer to get there original backers there Omni's. It would be a bit of negative PR bot not anything even remotely like what they have now.
I also agree that the $5K includes a full package of everything needed to run the Omni, including the PC and even probably there boom. It would be foolish not to provide commercial partners a turn-key solution.1
Its a knockoff, of a knockoff1
I have to say the wizdish really looks like crap, regardless of now much decorative crap they attach to the support ring. Its not nearly wide enough and every video I have seen everyone holds on the the support ring. I really think the average person with half a brain could make there own ODT that's better than the wizdish.
It also looks like if anyone over 200lb skipped and fell they would just crush the support wring.3
1K is about what i thought it would be set to. I think anything higher would have been a mistake.1
Well the waiting does suck, I cant argue that. I also would have loved for them to say we will be shipping the Omni on date X 3 years from now and have that be true. However that is, at best, completely unrealistic. If it was not for Virtuix going the Kick-starter route we likely would have never heard anything about it accept for maybe an overall concept until perhaps E3 of this year. Because of Kickstarter we get to see the design and manufacturing process step by step. This is, in my opinion, really cool. It also completely sucks as we are constantly being updated on something we really want but don't actually know when we are going to get it. We also get to witness any and all product delays we would otherwise have no idea about if the Omni was privately funded.1