Immersion like you’ve never felt it before. Vortx is the world's first environmental simulator for PC gaming that utilizes our unique algorithm to detect game events and bring the action to life.
"It's a unique immersion device built for an era when game developers are pushing at the edges of escapism from every angle, with every human sense."
I bought one unit and was impressed by the air FX so I had it sitting on the left side, good distribution of the FX. I had to buy another one to greatly improve the feel of the game. One will do the job but adding a second one completed the experience but again one is ok. I highly recommend this addition to your gaming experience. Awesome!!
Nobody else makes something like it. The vortx has a lot of power, it’ll blow your hair back. I use it in VR flight games for extra immersion and it’s well worth it. Note it is loud, you’ll want headphones on. Overall 9/10
pretty cool and surprised when i got it started
I am all about being fully immersed in anything I do. Especially movies and gaming. The Whirlwind fx Vortx and Element keyboard do this plus so much more. It smashes you right into the game. Granted, there are some hiccups with beta software, Like having wind blow in your face when a team mate breathes through the mic lol, But it makes up for it in every other way. I am buying a second to put on either side of my desk.
I had been on the fence about ordering one of these for a long time. Was it really worth getting? Curiosity got the better of me and I bought one. Pros: Very easy to set up. Powerful Fan. The algorithm to switch between heat and cool air worked great on most all my games. Def best on First Person shooters. Cons: Fan is loud. (Price you pay to have such a powerful fan, I suppose.) My five year old daughter likes to sit with me while we cruise Hope County in an oldschool muscle car. Really feels like air blowing in through the open car window. She also loves to have me set things on fire so she can feel the heat from the flames. Really works amazing with Far Cry 5, and worked well above my expectations.