Shuhei Yoshida, President of PlayStation’s Worldwide Studios, claims that, “In a few years, everyone will use [Virtual Reality] in some form or manner.” A bold claim, but is it true?
Sony also claimed that 3D gaming was the future and look how that turned out.
Virtual reality is 3d but in better form.
Remember this? http://n4g.com/news/62301/4...
I think 3D may still well become prominent once everyone has a 3D TV, at the moment, those things are expensive! In terms of VR, I'm terrified of it, I like games the way they are. And think of the motion sickness D: but I'd be surprised if it doesn't have a big role to play in the future
“In a few years, everyone will use [Virtual Reality] in some form or manner.” Seems like he's talking about AR since VR can only take one form
I think Microsoft hololens seems more interesting if Im honest Virtual reality has been around for years.. Just like 3d gaming.. Neither has taken off.. People like the good old fashioned controller TV console can of beer and relax.
Agreed. VR seems too...Solitary? I doubt many parents would won't their kids to have a screen strapped to their face, completely blind to the world. I like how hololens let's you interact with the real world and the virtual simultaneously.
My exact thoughts, think of the psychological effects of being cooked up in a virtual world for all that time... can't be good.
AR has flopped too many times for me to trust it. Many devices tried it but it really has no place, eapecially in gaming.
I hope there is always traditional gaming around with the console, controllers and the TV that is all I need
I want to know the cost and what support it has before jumping in.
I guess that depends on when it comes out. At the moment the Oculus (or rather all the other computing power you need to use one) is super expensive.
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