>BBC reporter has a "mind blowing" experience with the HTC Vive, and then almost throws up with the Oculus Rift
Oculusfags will still defend their inferior product.
But then again climbing a mountain is more familiar than being thrown in space vr where you're fucking floating
This bitch never touched a controller either so it was alien to her
My bet is she moved the analog sticks like mad all over and caused herself to get nauseous
Not him, but I can see cable tangle being a massive issue.
If I end up getting a vive I'd probably do a standing experience or two for the hell of it then go back to seated.
Don't get me wrong I'd prefer to move around in a virtual space 1:1, but having to worry about tripping and constantly untangling is a massive hassle.
Games will likely be limited in design such that you will not be required to turn around much and the walking space would be rather small but that could be scaled up depending on the game's level design so it wouldn't be as limiting a problem as cable tangle.
One solution would be to buy a laptop with a GTX980 in there, and slap it in a backpack with a power pack. This could be too cumbersome however and battery life would be fairly limited.