Brisbane residents could soon be able to strap on a virtual reality kit and put a stop to a zombie apocalypse or investigate a secret military space station.

Zero Latency, a free-roam virtual reality entertainment and training business, submitted a development application to the Brisbane City Council to open its first Brisbane site last week

The application for 34 Chester Street, Newstead, proposed converting the present wholesale electrical business into a virtual reality space.

Zero Latency chief operating officer Kyel Smith said the company chose Brisbane as its next location as the city had a younger population the company believed was looking for the next level of entertainment.

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