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Submitted by kevco33 178d ago | article

Losing my VRginity to: Simulation!

There are many different views on the potential uses of virtual reality (VR). It’s rebirth as a modern experience lead by in-home entertainment is just one opportunity, but there are many more that have had a great deal of exposition already. The out-of-home experience, including that of the traditional arcade format, is an area which has made strides in bringing VR technology to a mainstream audience that would otherwise have been impossible, and KWP’s Kevin Williams has been instrumental in this process. (Culture, Industry, Kevin Williams, Oculus Rift, PC, Project Morpheus, PS4, Retro, Tech)

XtraTrstrL  +   178d ago
VRginity, lol, nice.
RosemarieTMerkel   178d ago | Spam
joab777  +   178d ago
Can u imagine being Darth Vader himself in a game...or a Skywalker with a lightsaber.

If done well, if the processing is there, this could be astonishing!!
ibrake4naps  +   178d ago
I want a vr game where walking to the bus stop is a challenge.

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