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Discussion in 'Geeks and Gadgets' started by John Marwood, Oct 8, 2017.
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I play farpoint on the PlayStation vr headset.
Game and gun controller was £74
Psvr headset was around £300
.... Of course, a PlayStation 4 helps too.
Some games can make you feel dizzy/sick , however I've not suffered this issue myself.
As far as gaming on the PlayStation, I would never go back to 2D games and only play using VR now.
I have seen videos of people I know having this inflicted on them - one involved being attacked by giant spiders, with swords.
One person ended up running into a real wall which "wasn't there" in the virtual set-up, in order to escape certain death....
It's a larf.
Whenever I've used it, it has left me feeling rather sick.
Mmm . . . what I’m taking from this thread is that it might be unwise to wear your VR helmet near a motorway.
YMMV depending on what you play, etc.
If you try the Gear VR, you'll probably find it makes you sick. A lack of positional tracking will do that. Proper VR is done on a PC or at a stretch the PSVR right now - it's way better than the mobile guff. If you want to try it out, stick to stuff that has you teleporting around, because moving around with a trackpad requires some "VR legs" first. Doesn't bother me any more, I regularly play a Counter-Strike like game called Pavlov now.
Just been (virtually) to SXSW in Austin, Texas for a gig. VR is coming on in leaps and bounds.
Still makes me feel like throwing up though.
HS2 is being designed this way
Never leave the house
See Hopton Heights
You've been trying the wrong VR, probably the 3 degrees of freedom crap (rotation but no positional movement). I do the odd bit of work on the Oculus Go (which has no positional tracking) and despite having 3 years of VR under my belt, I still get a little queezy in it sometimes.
The stuff that tracks your head movement is way better.