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Author Topic: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?  (Read 12897 times)

pronto

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Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« on: May 07, 2016, 07:04:04 PM »
I see consumers like VR with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive release, but it's not that much buzz I expected to see.

I definitively see a progress since we have released our app https://www.sexlikereal.com/app

Your thoughts?
« Last Edit: May 12, 2017, 05:45:24 PM by pronto »

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2016, 07:07:23 AM »
well  just  loot  at  the  numbers. they say  they sold so many over 120k dk2  and  who knows how many cv1. but when  you take  a  look  how  many people serch forums you see  numbers 10-100 smallers.Either  Facebook/oculus  lie  about sold  units(which  would make  sence) or  people use VR as   gadet

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2016, 07:42:46 PM »
well  just  loot  at  the  numbers. they say  they sold so many over 120k dk2  and  who knows how many cv1. but when  you take  a  look  how  many people serch forums you see  numbers 10-100 smallers.Either  Facebook/oculus  lie  about sold  units(which  would make  sence) or  people use VR as   gadet

I really expected to see tremendous rise of this forum and other VR communities after release of leading HMDs, but nothing significant happened so far.

It doesn't help that there is no way for anyone to actually go out and buy a HMD hat isn't for a phone.

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2016, 10:04:00 PM »
I see some negative replies here, and I don't think they, as a collective, really answer this question truthfully. The tech, is by no doubt the biggest step in consumer technology we've had, almost since the first film. A very common and correct answer for anyone who speaks negatively about VR, is; They haven't tried it yet. Of course, that doesn't count for everyone.
Here is the main problem: VR is an attempt of, litteraly, making a fully interactive digital world. This what Palmer and everyone else in the VR business, is working on making a reality, and the VR goggles is one enourmus step towards that.

So the answer is yes, I have never been so impressed by anything, that I can think of, in my entire life. ...and no, it hasen't reached the point of NerveGear.
It's not the year of VR, just because the first CV1 has been released, but it's blown me away, none the less.

KochiraaaDesu

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2016, 10:54:07 PM »
There    are a  few  angles to  look at  this  thing.
1.People  get bored of  VR  after 2 weeks of  usage, then  use  it  once for a 10 days and after some    time   thy use  it   twice a month.
2.The  regular   evry  day  user  base  might  be 2000-5000 people. YES  from over 100k devices  that  might  be the  users  base
3. The number of devices  that  oculus/fb  said  they sold  might  be  a  lie to make developers  make  games  for  it.
4. VR  is  good only to  the  point  when  you get  sick from  it. then you  never  want  to  wear  the  damm thing  ever  again.. And  many got  sick after  using dk2
5.Many people  lost  intrest in VR  after the   announcfment  of  cv1 price
6  The  initial public intrest  has  faded  away
7 people  get  more  and  more  angy  with oculus   dude  to shipment  delays
8.I would  say  VR  is  going  to be   good in 5  years  but  it  might  end  up  as  3d  tvs.. NICE  but  nobody  really  need  it
9  Can It  fail in  long  run 10-15  years?  well   there  is  going  to be  many companies  that  has  invested  money  that  are  going  to  make  sure  it brings cash back

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2016, 07:35:58 AM »
8.I would  say  VR  is  going  to be   good in 5  years  but  it  might  end  up  as  3d  tvs.. NICE  but  nobody  really  need  it

5 years...? Sorry mate, but you're totally clueless. Which is good for everyone, you included.  ;)

KochiraaaDesu

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2016, 09:47:52 AM »
Yes 5 years,   4k 90h2  is 2 years away. Then adoption rate. If I am clueless  then  you  must  know  something  more than  anybody else.

The  truth for  now is that its ultra  difficoult  to make  any money on Vr games.

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #7 on: May 10, 2016, 10:28:28 AM »
If I am clueless  then  you  must  know  something  more than  anybody else.

Not really, I just know what people that have played E:D, or Eve Valkyrie know. And even other smaller games like Windlands. When you get your VR legs and play the right things, gaming in a monitor simply dies. Haven't played a single game in a monitor since the DK2. If you played the right things for the right amount of time, there is no way IN HELL you'd believe it would take 5 years for VR to be "good" (whatever that means, exactly). GTX 1080 is out there. Relatively cheap, and already stupendously faster than a GTX 970, which is what I have, and I still have good fun with the DK2. The processing power people will have in a few months is well beyond the minimum for VR to take off.

I don't know what kind of expectations you have for VR, but predicting 5 years for it to be good is unrealistic to say the least. Facebook, Valve, etc, don't inject this kind of capital so it can be good in 5 years.

3D TV's never worked. VR is a paradigm shift.  8)

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #8 on: May 26, 2016, 02:40:58 AM »
yes it is

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #9 on: May 27, 2016, 09:05:24 AM »
Well I've had Google analytics on TheRealitySandwich.com since January and within 6 months the traffic has risen from a handful of lookers to a few thousand a day. Sure my ranking in Google has increased but the volume of searches has also increased. 

Judging by my visitors and landing pages 'fetish' VR porn is hugely popular. The fact more porn houses are creating increasing number of films with this subject matter is a sign that VR is getting increasingly popular.

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #10 on: June 09, 2016, 09:29:56 AM »
That's one possible scenario, but let's not forget that Facebook is a monolithic multi-billion dollar company. Considering HTC's somewhat shaky financial situation, it might be more likely that Facebook just buys what they want from HTC or initiates a bunch of patent lawsuits to make HTC waste a bunch of money on defending themselves, pushing them out of the market. Actual competition based on product features and quality is not going to be Facebook's first choice for asserting their dominance in the VR market, or anywhere else. That's also why you're seeing Oculus trying to use software exclusivity to trap people into using their store, rather than just making a store that's better than Steam is.

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Re: Is VR kicking ass like we all expected?
« Reply #11 on: February 24, 2017, 07:22:05 AM »
New here. Hi everybody. If you look at google trends, there is plenty of reason to be optimistic. As well, look at the press coverage VR porn sites are garnering. Some studios have been profiled in the likes of Fortune, Forbes, Rolling Stone, even The Economist. Porn companies in The Economist? It's crazy.

However, the market is still so small, and the HMDs--even the best like Vive--are still 1.0. So it is going to be a while before the market matches the hype. The thing, I think, everybody has to rally around, take stock in, is that if you're doing it now, whatever you're doing in VR, you're on the bleeding edge. You're in front of everyone...and that includes the public, so you gotta to see it as a labor of love now, that's going to pay off big later.
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