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VR-porn – Reviews of Real People about Unreal Se

An American virtual reality expert has tried many different VR devices. Some were not bad, some really surprised him, and some were just awful. However, he never tried VR Porn. Therefore, when the largest manufacturer of pornographic products, Naughty America, invited Raymond Wong to test the VR device at CES 2016, he didn’t even know what to expect from this technology. Does he become just a spectator in the hall, watching the perverts? Or can a person really experience virtual sex? He received an answer as soon as he put on a Samsung Gear VR headset and turned on VR-porn videos. After passing the captions of Naughty America, he found himself in the bedroom. A porn star was kneeling in front of him, trying to seduce him with obscene talk. He looked down and saw some guy’s muscular body. Well, it’s not me, he thought in some confusion. Who is it? Finally, he realized that he was the very Superman. Then the woman called her friend, and then he saw as they were exposed, having engaged in oral sex with this virtual guy, or rather with him – afterward going over to the sex games three of us. Even realizing that two naked beauties are really not around and that the muscular body is not his, he, he said, still thought that all this was happening in reality. The more the girls shook their breasts in front of his face and rubbed their bare bottom, the faster he got used to the role of a virtual playboy. He felt himself turning red as the beauties revealed all their talents. The only comment on the virtual porn video of Naughty America was the limited field of view. The expert could only look ahead, since the video only supports 180-degree tracking of the user’s head rotation, and not all 360 degrees, as in other VR devices. Therefore, if you turn your head too far to the left or right, or up and down, only the black screen will be visible. While watching another virtual porn video, the girl leaned so close that she touched her lips that Raymond recoiled back, her presence was so realistic. In another VR video, he felt himself in a woman’s body that caressed a porn actor – so that you could even feel the sweat of his armpits. Although there, of course, there was no smell. Like […]

Are Virtual Reality Glasses Harmful?

Device Weight Apart from wires, the weight of the device itself is small, about 300 grams. This is about the same as monitor headphones weigh. And here it is necessary to draw a parallel and remember what the sensations from the headphones after sitting in them for an hour. Not only the ears, but also the head, the top of the head, and the neck begin to ache. This is due to the tension of the muscles of the neck. The same symptoms occur after long wearing glasses. Of course, it is impossible to judge the dangers of the points by this parameter. After all, it all depends on the time spent in them. Detachment from the Real World There are stories about young people who, playing in virtual reality, are completely detached from reality. They forget to eat, drink, sleep. Loss of counting time leads to serious health consequences. This is manifested not only in moral and physical fatigue but also in exhaustion. In some cases, it is not possible to save a person who has played before a pulse is lost. He/she dies of dehydration or starvation. But to talk about the specific harm of points, in this case, is also impossible. Indeed, it is not the device itself that is to blame, but the exciting plot of the game, the receptive and fascinating nature of the player. Harm to Sight The most important question: are the glasses harmful to your eyesight? Here the opinions of not only the players but also many experts differ. Most believe that a helmet for the eyes is no more dangerous than a computer monitor with an average diagonal. Others are convinced that the glasses exert a greater strain on the eyesight, as a result of which it deteriorates. And the data confirming this fact is. Long and frequent sitting in a virtual helmet, as well as at the computer, will eventually lead to a deterioration in visual acuity. A long stay in the virtual world can lead to anomalies of refraction of vision. In this case, there are eye diseases in which the image is focused in front of the retina, and not on it. It is impossible to say whether glasses for virtual reality are harmful to health and vision. It all depends on many factors: the length of stay in the fictional world, the psyche and emotional state of […]

Cheapest VR Helmets – a Guide over Best Helmets

Today virtual reality has completely changed, helmets have become easier, more convenient, pictures are brighter and clearer. In addition, now everyone can afford a personal VR helmet. Some helmets are still under development, some are about to enter the market, some are ready for pre-order or are already on store shelves. A virtual reality helmet is a display worn before your eyes, combined with tracking of head turns, so the picture on the screen always corresponds to which way a person is looking. All this makes the helmet suitable for games with an immersion or panoramic video – a movie that goes around you, and you can look around in life. The cheapest way to get a VR-helmet is to use a smartphone. There are many free and paid applications for Google Cardboard available for download (the same cardboard box) – games, videos, virtual tours and the like – it’s easy to evaluate what you can do in virtual reality today. But back to the helmets themselves: which to choose from the huge variety?  We gathered 4 the cheapest VR-helmets which are accessible on mass-market! Archos VR Headset An advanced version of different VR-glasses is simple and affordable, but a bit more comfort and the case is plastic. Archos VR Headset works with any smartphone up to 6 inches, supports iOS, Android and Windows Phone (although it is not so easy for the latter to find VR applications). Price – $ 30.    Carl Zeiss VR One Like the Samsung Gear VR, the helmet from Zeiss uses the display and computing resources of the smartphone. With that, any smartphone with iOS or Android size from 4.7 to 5.2 inches will do. The device comes with a media player for YouTube and applications for augmented reality, SDK to the popular Unity 3D engine so that you can develop 3D games for the helmet yourself. Price – $ 99.    Razer OSVR A much less well-known helmet, focused mainly on the developers of VR content, is an open-source virtual reality system. OSVR supports many popular game engines, such as Unity 3D and Unreal Engine. The consumer version will appear no earlier than 2016, and the cost will be about $ 200.    Samsung Gear VR Samsung also had a hand in virtual reality – and developed one of the best and most friendly helmets. Gear VR is powered by a Samsung smartphone […]