Now that the Oculus Rift has gone HD, is it time to push Virtual Reality gaming forward?
The trick with VR gaming is cost. At this stage it is still too expensive to mass produce. Companies want to get it to point where it is cheap to make and they can offer it at a fair market price while maintaining their high standards of technological excellence. It is a tough balance to achieve which is why VR was overtaken by motion sensory gaming.
That surely has been the case in the past. But the Oculus Rift's price point is specifically designed with mass market affordability in mind at under $300.
Then they're clearly getting close. Now they need a collection of gaming titles to exploit it.
by John 4 years ago
Where can I buy Oculus Rift?Has the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset already been released? I have watched many video's of people using it but I can't seem find a site which sells it anywhere on the web.
by Chad Thiele 22 months ago
Have you tried any of the virtual reality (VR) goggles? If so, what do you think?
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 2 years ago
I just got my IPad Air and I must admit that it is awesome. I have always been one to wait until the price goes down before I do any serious electronic buying and I got a great deal on this. The dust hasn't exactly settled on my new Dell Android so I will be doing a juggling act between this new...
by Andrew Stewart 5 years ago
Whatever happened to Virtual Reality as Entertainment for the future?In the early 1990's it seemed that Virtual Reality would be in every home as a way to escape your regular life. Is the technology an epic failure or is some of it's features alive and well in Xbox Connect and other arcade machines?
by yecall 2 years ago
Do you think Virtual Reality is bound to make the youth even worse?
by MountainManJake 5 years ago
When will virtual reality be common?How far away do you think we are?
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