Besides being smaller and lighter than the 2015-era Kat Walk, the new ‘mini’ design replaces the older wireless foot sensors with a laser sensor array set into the baseplate of the device, which is said to feature lower latency and provide more responsive input. Kat Walk Mini also features a redesigned guide bar system that pivots in place as you turn your body to face the desired direction. A “high strain shock-absorbing material” is used in the treadmill’s base, although we’re not sure how it differs from the original unit’s surface, or if that will require the user to user to don special low-friction shoes.
Supports all major VR headsets and platforms. Fully compatible with any VR Titles that support free locomotion.
Fallout 4 VR, Payday VR, Doom VFR, SkyRim VR, Resident Evil 7 and so many more.
Open and Unrestrictive Design
Allows you to perform a variety of activities safely and smoothly. Freely turn around, strafe, walk, move backwards run, sprint, crouch and get down to pick up items.
Contactless Sensor and Optimized Algorithm
Far more accurate wit lower delay that is powered by the unit so no charging needed.