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Been playing Serious Sam First Encounter on my Vive for a while now. I wish there will be a good locomotion solution soon because use Vive controller for locomotion still sucks.
 

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New VR Device Available Soon

Is THIS the strangest virtual reality device yet? Gas mask blasts smells out, including

Na not Telling you :)


CamSoda has launched a mask that delivers smells to the virtual reality experience, providing users with immersive aromas while watching adult entertainment
 
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This is getting out of control really fast.

 
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hahaha! I'll have to skip that game.

On another note; my 3rd sensor arrived today. I hope this makes my 360 playing even better.
 
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I thought ihave experienced most stuff in VR, until i came across something called Waifu simulator. Oh dear VR lord i am in heaven.
 

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Dear Deity of choice
" if you want the Wife Experence/similator then either
Get Married
Spend more time with your partner
Or Spend time with Some one else's Wife ( cheapest Option) :)
 
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Dear Deity of choice
" if you want the Wife Experence/similator then either
Get Married
Spend more time with your partner
Or Spend time with Some one else's Wife ( cheapest Option) :)


Wife is overrated. I have experience but meh. Waifu is better.
 

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Facebook loses $500m Oculus virtual reality case

A US court has ordered Facebook and other defendants to pay $500m (£395m) after finding they unlawfully used a firm's virtual reality technology.

The jury found Oculus, which Facebook bought in 2014, used computer code belonging to video game developer Zenimax to launch its own VR headset.

More on Story here

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38834867
 

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I just bought a new "Retractable Cable Management System" and it work surprisingly. I haven't used it a lot yet, but I will let everyone know after I get more use with it, but so far I like it.
 
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"With $1M in sales in its first month on Steam alone, Raw Data solidified its street cred as an early VR fan favorite.
Now, this sci-fi action thriller is available for Rift and Touch on the Oculus Store.
"


"Reengineered and optimized to take full advantage of Touch, Raw Data also added cross-platform functionality—so you can enjoy adrenaline-charged co-op campaigns with other players.

Dateline: Neo-Shinjuku, 2271
Things aren’t quite what they seem in this surreal cyberpunk future. The supposedly benevolent Eden Corporation promises to improve humanity through robotics, but the elite hackers of SyndiK8 are out to expose the truth behind Chairman Shiro’s “Promotion” program.
"



"You play as a SyndiK8 operative, infiltrating Eden Tower to steal crucial data and support the resistance by any means necessary. Choose from one of three characters: Saija, the Cyber Ninja; Bishop, the Gun Cleric; or Boss, the Street Merc. Each comes with their own unique combat style, weapons, and special abilities for hours of gameplay and replayability—especially when you team up in co-op mode."



"Whether you want to mow down waves of automatons with a pair of pistols,
wield an electric katana like a boomerang, or take on towering mechs and high-flying drones, Raw Data’s got you covered.
"



"Fan Feedback
Since its initial early release on Steam in July, the development team at Survios has heavily engaged with players to improve the finished product.

“We value our community above all else,” says Head of Studio Chris Hewish. “They’ve provided us with valuable feedback, suggestions, and even data logs that led to tweaks ranging from simple hotfixes to hero ability reworks. Their ongoing input is absolutely essential to Raw Data’s continued success.”

To that end, Survios continues to experiment with new aesthetics and in-game mechanics to deliver the most compelling VR experience possible.
"

We’re also adding layers of narrative complexity throughout the game, fleshing out the world and characters of Raw Data,” Hewish adds. “And there’s another hero on the way that many in our community have been waiting for since those pre-Alpha demo days—we promise that he’s on target.



"Singular Storytelling, Exceptional Experiences
Survios places a high premium on storytelling with respect to VR, recognizing that both film and games—the primary use cases for VR to-date—share a common goal of creating transformative experiences with artistic value.

And this is just the beginning.
"

VR is in a period of growth and exploration; right now, with no rules in place, it truly has the potential to be anything,” Hewish explains. “We’re seeing VR as immersive entertainment, of course, but we’re also seeing people experimenting with using it for everything from therapy to work productivity. As content creators and curators, we have the responsibility to continue expanding our knowledge base, experimenting with new ideas, and tackling every challenging question as a learning opportunity.



"Survios ranks among today’s VR evangelists who recognize the transformative power of the medium. We can’t wait to see what they come up with next.

Check out Raw Data today on the Oculus Store.

— The Oculus Team
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https://www.oculus.com/blog/raw-data-brings-cross-platform-co-op-gameplay-to-rift/
 
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Raw data is pretty damn hard. I usually play VR in my pajamas so quick action is almost impossible for me.
 

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So, I bought Batman: Arkham VR last night... and it's amazing! It's short, but character animations are amazing. I can't wait to get home to play it.. I expect to finish it tonight. I would have last night but ran out of time. It's only around an hour long, but it's awesome. I'm BATMAN! I picked it on on a Bundle Star sell for $15.99 USD.

Who else bought it? Oh and I bought Rick and Morty over the weekend and it's really good as well, but the price is a little high. I figured Batman was going to play like crap on my GTX 970, but it was nice and smooth and has graphic options to turn it up or down.
 

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So, I finished Batman... and it was Awesome! OMG It has a few jump scares, and they got me good.. lol Everyone that is complaining about how short it is(1 hour), and won't buy it based on that are crazy. It took me a little longer than an hour, but I didn't rush.. I actually need to go back through it, because I know I missed some stuff. I spent around 5 minutes looking at the Batwing and another 5 or more minutes looking at the BatMobile... lol The characters have so much detail. The joker looks creepy good. I can't wait for a longer game. The detective stuff works really well in VR. I like how you can put broken pieces together like a floating puzzle in front of you and your scanner can be used like a flash light.

I cranked up the graphics and it looked even better. I was surprised at how well my GTX 970 handled it. I want to upgrade, but I'm not until Vega launches. I hope it's good enough to drop prices on current cards. I want a 1080 Ti but I'm not paying 700 bucks for it. Well not right now... lol I'm still trying to hold out for Fallout 4 vr to see what card I'll need to handle it at it's full glory. But Batman really shows you how good content can be in VR from AAA devs.
 
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Using Virtual Reality for Scientific Research in action:

 

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Do you suffer from 'gorilla arm'?

Researchers have warned that radical new virtual reality technology is leading to a new wave of ailments.

Researchers have been studying arm and muscle fatigue connected to the use of hand gestures for mid-air computer interaction, such as with Facebook's Oculus Rift touch controllers.

They found fatigue from prolonged use of these motions can lead to 'gorilla arm' - when someone uses a mid-level screen or touchscreen for a long period of their time and their arm starts to hurt because of the awkward positioning that is required.

The research could help user interface designers predict how fatiguing a particular interface would be, enabling them to make better design decisions.

'In previous years, all the computer interaction technologies we had included something to support our limbs,' said Dr Karthik Raman, a Professor at Purdue University's school of engineering and the lead author of the
study.

'But with newer forms of interaction, there is no support.




Gorilla arm syndrome is already an issue with vertical touchscreens, making it a problem even beyond augmented virtual reality systems, said Dr Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, an expert on 3-D user interfaces at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, and a co-author of the study.
 
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Do you suffer from 'gorilla arm'?

Researchers have warned that radical new virtual reality technology is leading to a new wave of ailments.

Researchers have been studying arm and muscle fatigue connected to the use of hand gestures for mid-air computer interaction, such as with Facebook's Oculus Rift touch controllers.

They found fatigue from prolonged use of these motions can lead to 'gorilla arm' - when someone uses a mid-level screen or touchscreen for a long period of their time and their arm starts to hurt because of the awkward positioning that is required.

The research could help user interface designers predict how fatiguing a particular interface would be, enabling them to make better design decisions.

'In previous years, all the computer interaction technologies we had included something to support our limbs,' said Dr Karthik Raman, a Professor at Purdue University's school of engineering and the lead author of the
study.

'But with newer forms of interaction, there is no support.




Gorilla arm syndrome is already an issue with vertical touchscreens, making it a problem even beyond augmented virtual reality systems, said Dr Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, an expert on 3-D user interfaces at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, and a co-author of the study.

I'm safe with my Samsung Gear VR! :D:p

"Gorilla arm"....:kookoo::D

:peace:
 
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Soooo..., if you play VR porn too much, you get ... Gorilla dick...?


WTH is that?

On a different note. After sampling over 500+ VR film, I find VRBanger has the best production quality. Top notch actress and great story. As for games. waifu XXX simulator is one of the best free VR naughty games you can find on the internet. Honey select is pretty good as well.
 

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lol let's keep it PG-13 guys.. On another note, has anyone seen the new Eye Tracking tech? It looks exciting, but may decrease the FOV which would be bad. Hopefully they can do it and keep the current FOV. I think right now I want the new Deluxe Headstrap coming out on June 6th. Then hopefully the FCC approves TPCast's wireless device. It started shipping in China yesterday.

I'm going to try and do a better job of posting new positive stuff in this Club house to maybe raise awareness for other members interested. It just feels like a lot of bad responses to VR here on TPU. Hopefully, I or we can change that going forward.

Also, I just bought the new Gear VR motion controller and it's not perfect, but it's not bad either. It really only controls rotation and guesses the distances.. I've played Dead and Buried. It's probably the best thing on Gear VR right now.
 
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lol let's keep it PG-13 guys.. On another note, has anyone seen the new Eye Tracking tech? It looks exciting, but may decrease the FOV which would be bad. Hopefully they can do it and keep the current FOV. I think right now I want the new Deluxe Headstrap coming out on June 6th. Then hopefully the FCC approves TPCast's wireless device. It started shipping in China yesterday.

I'm going to try and do a better job of posting new positive stuff in this Club house to maybe raise awareness for other members interested. It just feels like a lot of bad responses to VR here on TPU. Hopefully, I or we can change that going forward.

Also, I just bought the new Gear VR motion controller and it's not perfect, but it's not bad either. It really only controls rotation and guesses the distances.. I've played Dead and Buried. It's probably the best thing on Gear VR right now.


I saw the eye tracker. I am seriously considering buying since I am far sighted and it is pretty bad. Have the eye tracking along with prescription lens for VR sounds good to me.

I also purchased the VR Cover foam guard. Holy shit this is way better than the stock foam. Highly recommended!
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HM4QB0Y/?tag=tec06d-20
Next mod will be the deluxe audio strap!


Also if you haven't checked it out please try Freedom Locomotion. IMO this is one of the best ways to implement locomotion in VR without using fancy frictionless mats.
 
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You guys think its worth waiting for Occulus Rift 2.0 to come out? Was thinking of taking the plunge.
 
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