ViveNchill offers a playful solution to a problem us hotheads didn’t want to admit we had.

When HTC Vive launched last year, it ushered in a whole new era of roomscale interactive experiences. It’s truly no exaggeration to say that it singlehandedly catapulted VR beyond the realm of seated gaming to immersive embodiment—letting us interact in tactile, physical experiences.

But it turns out that newfound physicality came at a bit of a cost: an uptick in body temperature. Meaning an increase in perspiration. Meaning an increase in sweat drying on facepads. Meaning a righteous olfactory apocalypse accumulating on said facepads.

But don’t you dare delete that Vive from your shopping cart; the enterprising folks at RedRotor have developed a system to keep your temperature in check and your facepads fresh and clean: ViveNchill.

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