Post webms, your opinions and discuss with others what you want from it and how successful you think its going to be
Personally I hope it advances to the level where we really feel like in the game, and maybe some are even going to be online and you can do shit with other people on some map or maybe it even going to be like a MMO, all with graphics like this or better
Anyone got the set on the person walking through vents inside the game, playing it in that empty room?
It'll be niche. Too much shit needed to buy and configure to have the right experience. Doubtful it'd gain any mass market appeal unless a headset comes bundled with a console or TV.
20+ years off at best until it's a life-like visor weighing as much as a pair of glasses.
Still something richfags like to waste money on, and plenty of retards on /v/ will ride their coat tails in the process.
I work in the industry. I've been to every gdc and several e3s since vr popped back into existence. Absolutely no one, including myself, honestly had a good experience with vr.
The only morons claiming otherwise have dev kits or a career vested in it. They all believe they're getting in on the ground floor of the next big platform. Hence why they are morons.
The only thing more painful than experiencing modern VR is watching someone else try to.
>Absolutely no one, including myself, honestly had a good experience with vr.
And that is how you lose credibility. Keep lying bro. You don't even have to post evidence. Plenty is out there, and there is pretty much none that show someone walking out of a VR experience at those events disappointed.
But let's say unproven "identity" somehow has any weight on an anonymous image board. I've been to many of these different events as well. The truth is that a lot of people walk out of VR demos and think it's really cool what they saw, but couldn't judge it beyond that. People are surprisingly level headed outside of this echo box of a website. There are also people who aren't afraid to say their experience with the hardware sucked. There isn't any value in denying that there weren't people who did not have a good experience, but there were many more that did like it.
Here, I'll even post a picture you can't find elsewhere else on the planet except for on my HDD, just for kicks.
I've never used one, but I can't imagine wearing it for more than an hour. I'm sure it and your face would quickly be disgusting.
So even if I take people who praise the experience at face value, I doubt its practicality outside of the demo experience.
when I get VR I feel like I will be able to enjoy games again