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Virtual reality exercise machine delivers real-world results

The device delivers a core workout by making it seem like users are flying and deep-ocean diving

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Mr Miyajima convinced the boss of his Tokyo gym to buy an Icaros machine last August, and is eagerly awaiting new software updates as gym members have become bored with the two available modes.

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JOHANNES Scholl is betting that virtual reality (VR) can keep people excited about working out. His startup, Munich-based Icaros GmbH, has developed a VR exercise machine that delivers a core workout by making it seem like users are flying and deep-ocean diving. About 200 gyms and

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