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This is literally /g/, can't believe you dumb fucks are willingly missing out on the greatest new tech development arc since personal computer.
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because i will be dead by the time it doesn't suck ass to use
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>>89941261
>HAVE FUN!!!
>BUY THE NEW GADGET
1. I refuse 2. that pic smells like buyer's remorse 3. seethe 4. cope 5. dilate
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the only vr game in history that has looked like it would be fun to play even ignoring the base reluctance to buying in is that earthbender simulator. games like that are what will make vr popular, you can't just use meme demo shit like beat saber forever
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>>89941261
>Sure, VR is cheaper now
stopped reading right there, call me back when it's actually true
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but I don't think VR is pretty cool to begin with, I'm sticking with keyboard and mouse
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>>89941261
>t.
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>>89941261
>greatest new tech development arc since personal computer
tried it, it sucks ass.
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>>89941261
wowie look at this comic the BAD guy with BAD opinions is so lame and and he's a neckbeard and he's fat and he's balding wow what an incel amirite? while the cool GOOD guy is having fun and is cool and not ugly woah... I'm gonna go buy a VR headset right now!!!
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>>89941261
how old is that comic
all the troon webcomic faggots hate zuckerberg and metaverse for killing vr
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>>89941672
You fuck. You're awesome.
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>you will vear ze horse blinders
>you will live in ze metaverse
no thanks
The greatest new tech development arc since personal computer is the handheld PC.
Smartphones missed the mark. Steam Dick was a better attempt but it's not quite there yet. I hope to see more promising developments in this area.
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>>89941407
0There also is windlands, picrel.
Has been around since the DK2.

It's unpopular because the "motion equals "motion" sickness" mantra when in reality it's the third derivative of motion that makes you sick.
(First derivative is velocity, second acceleration and third jerk)
Or in normie terms "change in acceleration"

I played windlands for hours without feeling sick because continuous acceleration does not make you sick but I get quickly disoriented from the point and teleport locomotion games.
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I paid like 1200 for a VR setup. The only game worth playing is Half Life Alyx, everything else is either a tech demo or trash. I probably have 30 hours of actual use. Walking around in gmod maps is a bit of a novelty, and VR porn is pretty good, but not worth the price in hindsight.
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>>89941261
white man bad tranny mutt good
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>>89941261
What games do you like for VR? Are there any new single player campaigns with 50+ hours I can play while sitting down? Can I play with a keyboard and mouse?
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>>89941261
The reality is, it'll be just nonstop ads.
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>>89941831
You mean just like how every website on the current internet is nonstop ads?
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>>89941850
yes
only there will be more ads
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>>89941850
What ads? Never seen any
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>>89941869
exactly
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>>89941850
The difference is that you can block them now, but that won't happen in a proprietary system
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>>89941821
Yeah, it's called simracing. Everyone is a retard in this thread because the killer app for VR has been out for almost a decade now.
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>>89941821
I'm fairly sure you can play most VR games sitting down.
I'm not really sure what you mean about the keyboard and mouse. It seems like there aren't many situations that these would be better than the controllers.
I guess in some sort of management sim it might make sense, but why even use VR at that point? The game will be about the same pancaked.

I feel like you just aren't the sort of person that VR is for, in the same way someone who doesn't like pasta might not want to go to an Italian restaurant.
The issue is that said person has gone on the internet and gone "I'm not going to an Italian place until they get rid of all that pasta.".
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>>89941989
They need to build a VR headset which is a full helmet
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>>89941903
How are they going to serve me ads on my local network?
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>>89942037
through your friends and family
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>>89942037
VR solely on local network doesn't get you much
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All the faggots "waiting" for some VR that connects to your brain or is in a holograph room are so fucking stupid

Our dogshit anticonsumerist economy can't even produce good video games or software anymore aside from rudimentary forms of AI which they can't allow to progress because anything approaching a real level of AI sees niggers and jews for what they are and would actually help average white people instead of fucking them over

The entire economy is all about fucking us over and hardly anytjing more, people who expect a significant amount of technological innovation in the near future are braindead normies and other assorted subhumans

Our future is a sheboon twerking on the smoldering ashes of what once was western civilization
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>>89942053
Facebook is going to send people to my house to advertise?
>>89942111
With Vorpx a pretty good selection of games available offline, but the only interesting things involve driving or flying vehicles.
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>>89941261
Are you sure you want to go for this example, considering they've been pushing VR (on and off) for nearly 30 years, and it's still shit?
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i really only care for vr chat and japanese eroge games
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>>89941261
I don't wanna make a Facebook account
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>>89942173
>>>Our future is a sheboon twerking on the smoldering ashes of what once was western civilization

That's literally our recent past.
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I want a dumb headset that just functions as a monitor
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>I should have spent more time trying out the cool new gadgets
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>>89942221
At this rate soon it will be all that remains
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>>89942221
Would.
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>>89942262
I play vr games with my gf all the time
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>>89942278
ok I'm not going to though
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>>89942225
I kinda want to try Avegant Glyph for that reason, supposedly their laser projector system makes the brain perceive it like a fuckhuge screen at large distance rather than immersive VR, but the resolution might be too low for most desktop tasks.
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$800 for a setup that looks like shit or $200 for an olways online facebook-account-required headset (240p)
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I have a Valve Index.
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>>89942266
kick her nigger ass so she gets further roasted in the fire right in front.
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>>89942305
amazing! thanks for the input ill le upboat it faggot
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>>89942332
Holy shit that looks uncomfortable as fuck
I've considered just trying some video glasses from aliexpress
I need enough resolution to use irc, that's it
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>>89941290
>t. motion sickness fag
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>>89942498
ok i'll keep it in mind
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>>89941261
I don't like regular games so why would I like VR games
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>>89941261
I'm glad I got into it when I did
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>>89942378
what use did you get out of it besides half life alyx? Does it have general purpose use?
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i'm waiting for combined retinal projection AR/VR that's suitable for everyday desktop use, don't care much about price but i care about bloat
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>>89942332
lmao have fun going blind
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>>89942870
How is this better than, say, attending the actual concerts?
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>>89942262
Underrated, kek.
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What is there to do other than individual titles like Superhot? Am I really missing out on anything by not sitting in a VRchat room with losers using anime models? Why wouldn't I hang out with people in real life instead?
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>>89943694
I don't like people in real life why would I like VR people
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>>89943537
>the actual concert
things have....changed since your time
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>>89943537
I can't really afford to travel to Japan, for starters.
And if we're talking about Vocaloid concerts, then this is like being in the same space as the character, and not just a flat projection on a stage. Not trying to downplay real life concerts, but attending from your room and still feeling like you're "there" is great.
The ticket(which you only need for the event specific areas) is cheap, and you can have some fun doing simple activities(rhythm game, riddle solving, taking a picture with Miku, meet people, etc.)
When it comes to virtual characters, I believe this is as close as you can get today.
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>>89941261
I wouldn't even buy the last one
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>>89941261
Until it corrects eyesight problems on the fly it's useless garbage. I want the entire eyeglass and optometrist industry out of a job, and I want it yesterday.
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>>89942870
>>89944126
>>89944212
>still no development in the AR world for this shit.
>Just VR and fake AR
Sigh.
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>>89941261
Why does the guy age but the one on the headset does not?
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Some things you can only experience in VR
(and probably only once...)
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I have one with a cable. Played a total of 3 games on it, tried some 3d porn video which was novel and desktop use and have barely used it since.
Not that impressed so far.
I hear modded skyrim is cool with it so i'll try that but otherwise I don't see anything meant to appeal to me on the horizon. Maybe Colossal Cave Adventure 3D?
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>>89941261
I'd like to try it for flight combat sims. But its hard to spot targets.
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>>89944425
This is undoubtedly the future of everything.
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I don't care about money
I don't care about wires
There just have to be good games which there aren't.

And no, chatting/social media isn't a game.
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>>89941261
>CONSOOM
VR porn is the only good use for it
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>>89941261
We are on the 4th panel right now.
Fucking ton of superb games, both AAA and indies, like Fallout 4 VR, Skyrim VR, Fallout NV modded, No Man's Sky, Minecraft, Pavlov, Project Cars 2/3, Assetto Corsa, Beat Saber, Half Life 1, 2 and Alyx, a ton of fucking Wii games, The Forest, VRChat(RIP), Garden of the Sea, Moss 1/2, Lucky's Tale, Stand Out, a few Illusion games, a ton of other pancake titles very nicely modded into VR, and a ton fuck shit more.
We also have cheap headsets since 2017, with 2016 gpus being able to pull them just fine (if you say a 480/1070 is expensive you should really get your shit together and find a job)
Wireless headsets are here too, you can either use Valve's thingie or go with something like the Quest 2
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>>89941672
/thread
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>>89944681
These are all SP. VR won't take off until it is MMO level.
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>>89944718
>No Man's Sky, Minecraft, Pavlov, Project Cars, Assetto Corsa,The Forest, VRChat, Standout
>SP
Lmao
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>>89941261
why's the nigga on the left not aging?
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>>89944126
That's not a Miku concert.
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>>89944212
God the movement looks all janky and horrible.
Gives some massive Second Life vibes, too.
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>>89944766
Reptilian.
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>>89941261
yeah this is me
pretty bummed out vr was only ready to play when i was already dead
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>>89941989
>simracing
Only niggers play racing and sports games.

>>89942017
>sort of person that VR is for
Only as long as its used as a gimmick like all motion control games which lose their charm after quickly and then collect dust in the corner. I think VR headsets have huge potential to improve immersion if they're just used as a display for traditional games.
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>>89944681
None of these games play well in VR
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>>89941261
my money my choice
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>>89944849
janky - sure, horrible - not necessarily. It feels a lot less weird in person than in a video, from my experience at least.
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>>89941261
>>89942870
>>89944212
>>89944425
>>89945471
You're right, OP. I probably SHOULD spend over $1k to enjoy this one reasonably decent VR game and tons of weeb faggotry. Such a fucking bargain!
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>>89941261
Consooooom
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>>89941261
>buy this console with no games
I could buy PS5 using same reasoning and I'm not doing that either.
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>>89942189
And we are in square 4 now
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I strongly suspect I'm going to vomit after 5 minutes.
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I'd have more respect for VR if people actually did creative things inside of it instead of faggot weeb shit rehashed for the 10,000th time. Where the fuck are the US revolutionary war simulations? How about high quality scans of famous landmarks with new technology so you can actually feel like you're there instead of Google Earths outdated system?
And holy shit does VR look ugly. We've had mesh shaders in GPUs for how long now and geometry still looks absolutely horrible? GPUs have gained lots of technologies in the past few years that are particularly great for VR applications, yet they still look like shit. I'm calling 100% laziness and cheapness on these companies. VR is computationally expensive but not to this degree.
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I've pulled out my Rift exactly once since I moved 2 years ago (new place has more room, wanted to see if it added anything, not really).

Just face it. VR is only for people with a fetish for whatever the fuck JAV is..
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>>89944681
goyslop
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>>89941261
>"new tech"
>picrel
>1995
fucking zoomers. and yes, VR is still as underwhelming now as it was back then.
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>>89945917
>>89946063
Technological development is a total lie dude
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>>89946098
No I'm not strawmanning im agreeing with you
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>>89941261
I have a quest 2, my crappy router kinda killed my enjoyment of it.
There's two major annoyances to vr for me, cables and/or battery life. My router is too shit to handle wireless play so I get stuck with both because the quest can't run indefinitely via cable (and I'm guessing the cabled experience is worse than if would be with a headset dedicated to cabled). So I'm stuck with quest native games (most of the ones I'm interested in are pcvr exclusive) or the cables+battery fuckery.
One of these days I'll go grab a better router because I think wireless pcvr will be enough of a boon to offset the annoyance of keeping the batteries charged at all times.
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>>89944928
Sim racing is actually a white mans hobby.
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>>89946199
This is undeniably true, but faggots will deny it because they're personally not into it so that fact makes them feel insecure.
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It's almost as if strapping a monitor to your face and tracking your head movements doesn't make much of a difference in regards to immmersion, because you're still very clearly at home in front of your computer and not really closer to a believeable simulation at all.
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Can it do this yet?
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>>89941261
it's clear that the person who made this comic is enormously fat and I would bet money on this
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>>89946253
Yes, blade and sorcery exists.
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>>89946253
Neural nets can make some extremely visceral screams of betrayal. But the force feedback technology is still stuck in the 90s. Physics is a bitch.
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>WHY WON'T YOU CONSOOM?! :'( >:(
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>>89941989
vr flight sim
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>>89941261
I will always be philosophically opposed to VR, regardless of how (subjectively) interesting or "good" it might be.

Gratuitous computer use is already degenerate. 8+ hours a day sat in front of a screen is demonic (less so if you have to for work, more so if it's purely for pleasure). Strapping a screen to your face is far too intimate. A man needs his distance from his machines.
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>>89944928
>>89945259
>>89946006
>T. never, ever, owned a real VR headset
Tell me you just tried those cheap plastic things you put your phone, without telling me
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>>89946370
based
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>>89944681
>Skyrim VR
>good
Okay retard. The only """good""" VR games are natively VR, every half-assed port to VR is buggy dogshit. Less than half the games you listed count for that.
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>>89946506
>Post good games
>noooo not those good games!
maybe the apple nigger mod is right, poorfags do seethe at what they cant afford
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>literal smartphones glued to the face is pinnacle of tech and innovation of today
kill me already
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>>89946527
Unironically why would I pay $1000 to play inferior versions of games I can already play on my PC?
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>>89946569
>1000
My first VR headset was a $200 Lenovo Explorer in 2017, had better controllers, screens and fov than both the Vive and Rift
Used it for almost 3 years and over a thousand hours, played the shit out of Skyrim, Fallout, Pavlov, PC2 and Beat Saber with that thing.
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>>89941261
>man-children obsessed with video games
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>>89946063
this is what is so funny to me, VR has been a "future technology" since before i was even born, and it was hyped up multiples times for different advancements as i was growing up, this current generation is not even remotely close to being a new thing out of nowhere
i understand the argument that if you keep waiting for something better, you will be waiting forever, mind, but as it is right now all i've seen in terms of software is toys and social games, neither of which i'm interested in
if anything i'd get it just for a virtual cinema, but it's a little hard to justify just for that
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>>89946606
I hope you enjoyed all the broken quests and character interactions in Skyrim VR
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>>89944681
uhhh don't most of those games work without VR?
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>>89946756
Absolutely none, and every single DLC and mod for both Skyrim and Fallout 4 werked just perfectly
You are just assmad at >new thing
Even if that thing has been around since forever now
You are just a souless contrarian fuck who thinks everything made after 12/31/1999 is bad.
>>89946812
And they also work on consoles and some even on phones, your point being?
Look man, if you never had the joy of playing some of those games on a real VR headset, is not my problem.
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>>89944667
true
>Also, you almost gots trips.
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>>89946844
>And they also work on consoles and some even on phones, your point being?
My point exactly. Why should I care whether these games work on various inferior/dogshit platforms?
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>>89942631
more like high standards fag
if it's not totally immersive then why bother
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>>89946972
Lmao, this nigger never tried those games on VR
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>89946311
>betrayal, he said unironically
>implying that not every single femoid that has ever existed didn't deserve hourly beatings from birth
ngmi
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>>89947009
Yeah I never tried skyrim on my phone either LOL
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>>89947028
>the denial
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
your brain on the /g/ meme lifestyle
Luke Smith, is that you?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>89947056
so this is the power of VR....
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>>89946454
But I do own a VR headset. Ive owned several those games that were converted to VR after the fact don't play well
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>buy $200 used headset
>hook it up to decent pc
>can play at least 90% of the VR catalogue, any other time i can just play normal games without having to worry about buyer's remorse since it was so cheap
Man you guys suck at buying gadgets lmao
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>>89941821
Better question, what VR game can I play while laying down? I can already sit at my computer and play vidya, that's boring. Being able to play vidya while I jerk off in the bathtub would be revolutionary.
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>>89946527
Yes, but for every M1 Macbook, there are ten products that are legitimately overpriced garbage.
The exception proves the rule.
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>>89941821
Super hot is pretty basic yet i found it to be fun af
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>>89941261
fuck off, zucc
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>>89941261
just a fancier I/O, but more useless
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>>89944928
>Only as long as its used as a gimmick like all motion control games which lose their charm after quickly and then collect dust in the corner.
Motion controls allow a much finer granularity of input than traditional ones in many cases.
There are plenty of games which are just better than traditional ones.

If you're sitting down and using mouse controls, VR might as well be 3D glasses.
A huge amount of the immersion comes from the fact you can actually interact with the world in the normal way.
Motion controls are the only way you can do something as simple as throwing in a game and have it be immersive.
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>>89941261
I don't want VR period, people are already too reliant on tech, return to monke and shit
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By the way simracing vr is pure cope, just go karting, future boy
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>>89944542
vr flight is the absolute bomb. Target identification is harder but spotting is actually much easier, because the targets move across your vision realistically. you're not spotting movement on a screen, youre spotting something moving in the distance. also im an irl commercial pilot and I've gotten the exact same feeling looking down to the ground in vr as I have irl
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>>89941261
this except they also write "Why did VR flop" and "Why is VR dying" after every step
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>>89941592
it's cheap if you're not a neet
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>>89942234
based

consoomer faggots ruined this board/country/reality
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>>89946618
Mr small brain. All work and no play makes anon grumpy. Are you so retarded that you can't understand the insane possibilities for creation in VR, when the tech is ready?
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>>89941261
So in other words, VR will be usable in 60 years time?
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>>89951776
It will be usable when reality becomes unbearable
So less than that
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hello i actually use my headset pretty regularly
>elite dangerous is wonderfully relaxing in VR
>assetto corsa, iracing, dirt rally 2.0 (my favorite)
>into the radius is essentially STALKER in VR and has a phenomenal grasp on how VR should be used in design philosophy
>phasmophobia is genuinely terrifying in VR
>i fetch rocks is a great game for laying down, good toy for people here on /g/
>sairento VR is a good shooter if you're fit
>pavlov is a good shooter if you're not and plays like fat airsoft
>pistol whip is visceral and fun to play
>blade and sorcery while not perfect absolutely can and will give you a power boner
of course half life alyx is worth playing as well
ALSO
anyone who tells you to get VR because of VRChat is someone you want to immediately cut all ties with
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>>89951900
Explain simracing to me, I genuinely don't understand the point, when rental karting is dirt cheap, and a full sim rig is at a comparable price to an actual car
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>>89951650
>>89951932
youre just a tard
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>>89951973
I'm a little less appalled by doing both, but it's still ridiculous to me
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>>89951932
your question is a special kind of retarded so requires a multi-pronged response:
>karting is relatively expensive as a hobby if you decide you want to go out of your way to drive there, spend time, pay rental/membership fees, only limited in cost by number of visits. VR you buy a vive and a thrustmaster and go
>a go kart does not handle the same as nor compare in feeling to a car in any fucking way and is only really good for teaching you basics of how to position when you race in a real car so you don't kill everyone else
>i would rather be able to open up literal continents worth of roads than drive the same 57 second lap spending hundreds of dollars a month grinding for a tenth of a second because some autist has a lifetime membership because his dad owns the place and he drives there literally every day
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>>89952036
fun things are fun!
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>>89952047
It's less than a 100$ entry fee per race where I live, it's barely anything
VR rig surely does handle just like the real thing though, does it?
And you can do a whole season of some junior series (not karting) on a 2-3 grand budget, which is comparable to sim rigs as far as I remember, might be wrong on this
>tfw will never experience cracking your ribs in a sim rig
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>>89951932
NTA but I don't have a karting circuit near me that its also cheap, I do enduro and trial on bikes, but not every day is possible to go, say bc of weather or just having enough time, with a sim, I can just go and be in the field instantly

And a vr simrig its way way cheaper, if you don't give a fuck about graphics, fancy shit and buy second hand
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>>89952114
yes that's great but i'm not a fucking junior and i've spent $500 on my setup and been using it for 4 years and i hope someone right now right this second is curling your dumb cunt girlfriend's toes and i hope it's your best friend skyler, you white fuck
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>>89952141
This is some pol tier reply
>not a junior
I obviously meant things below group n, for example
>>89952118
I'm not going to pretend vr is not more convenient, but sometimes it's just weird. For me this is almost like sportsball games
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>>89941261
Personal computers are all locked down, walled garden, consumerist, non-free trash. Fight me.
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>>89941375
What's wrong with having fun?
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>>89941814
they are literally telling you to buy it
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I require eye tracking and light weight wireless.
The 2nd requirement basically means I will never use VR.

Have a nice day.
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>>89942234
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>>89941261
Will remain pretty shit as long as the software isn't FSF or at least open source.
Walled gardens, mutual exclusivity, vendor lock-in, spyware and sabotage of interoperability will hamstring these projects for a long time.
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>>89951973
based and antivrfag btfo
>>89952094
cute
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>>89952263
it shouldn't depend on any one thing you own. Think of it like buddhism or Diogenes' sayings in that allowing yourself to be steered by these kinds of impulses will make you almost permanently unhappy (counterintuitive as it sounds). Tell a hobo he can sleep in your broken car for the week and he'll jump in excitement. tell a girl she can sleep on the living room couch and she'll be insulted.
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>>89951973
>complains about cost
>bell helmet
>airoh helmet
lmao thats over 1000 dollars at the very least fuck off
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>>89941261
To be fair, it's not really his fault. After all he was arguing with an immortal since he was the only one aging. Since this is the case, he was probably mentally altered by said immortal to never get to experience the joys of VR, why else would the now old man be there talking to the immortal?
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>>89949561
probably any VR game in a scene where you are passive. You could get ridden by a girl or fucked by futas and it should generally work depending on your own posture.
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>>89951932
simracing aint that expensive. Headset and PC aside which i had anyway i spend 60€ on my setup.
40€ for a G27 racing wheel
10€ for a ripped car seat (aint seeing that shit anyway with the headset on)
10€ for some wood to build a simple frame.

Especially spending big money on the frame is just retarded
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>>89952700
>looks like a cyber-bum on a pile of garbage playing games
kek actually based
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>>89941261
>This is literally /g/
I've always been saying that VR is fun.
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>>89952342
Literally the only walled garden is facecuck headsets.
Everyone else uses OpenVR/OpenXR and can run any of the games on any of these headsets
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>>89945759
No. You should spend $1k to get this new piece of hardware to develop programs and games for this new technological frontier.

If the first thing that comes to your mind when getting new tech is "what games can I play" instead of "how do I interface/program with that device", you should be on /v/, not /g/.
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>>89941261
cuck shit
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As a VR veteran I play lots of vr games but the most popular and most played is erotic roleplay with other prison gays in VR. It's actually great.
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>>89941261
>VR is cheap now!
These people don't live in the real world, oh right.
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>>89953946
>$100 used samsung odyssey or rift cv1
>$100 used rx580
>expensive
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>>89952876
>the most popular and most played is erotic roleplay with other prison gays in VR
>It's actually great.
that is anything but great its terribly sad
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>>89952263
go have fun and stop posting /g/ threads that are either justifying your purchase, trying to convince other to play games with you, or shilling for vr
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>>89951687
that doesn't make sense, either it's cheap or it's not.
the valve index is $1000
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>>89954089
Sad AND fun
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>>89953996
Not buying used garbage
>$600 new
Holy shit I knew it was bad, but not THIS bad. I refuse to pay any higher than $200 for this shit, I can consoom in other ways, but I don't need a 650 dollar toy that does nothing, but consume my time and sanity.
When was the last time I played a video game? 1.5 weeks ago, the rest I spent studying biology and programming and I don't need a VR for any of that.
I still regret playing in a way, I did not excel at it, like I do in my studies.
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>>89954147
You're pretty poor, no offense.
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>>89941261
I have a PSVR. The best experience was looking at Fate loli familiars. The rest is so-so.
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>>89941261
CONSOOOOM SHIT
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>>89941672
my thoughts exactly
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>>89954110
I'm not op.
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>>89945759
>and tons of weeb faggotry
where do you think you are
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>>89954163
He's wise though
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>>89952272
you don't really own it though
you have a piece of plastic, sure
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>>89956151
You don't own the software. The hardware is yours.
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>>89941261
VR is a religion.
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>>89954115
oculus quest 2 is like $300, that's cheap if you're not a neet. But expensive if you're a neet.
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>>89941261
so can i use it as a regular display?
>oh... no, sorry. not unless you enjoy having to set it so the "display" appears projected several feet in front of you
so it's a 300 to 1,200 dollar pair of gaming goggles that gives me headaches?
>but vrchat!
pass.
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>>89957361
that's cheap if you are a normie cuck that actually enjoys getting assraped by the zucc
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>>89941762
If you play that kindergarten-looking shit for hours it is safe to dismiss your opinions. Jesus Fuck get some taste.
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>>89954147
>aieeeeee not buying used noooooo
Then buy a Quest 2
imagine being unironically this poor, holy fucking shit anon, not even I have such a light wallet.
Know your place, if you are this poor, you bet you shouldn't be buying anything like this, but you also shouldn't be frowning on buying used, retard.
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>>89941261
Some people seem to completely dismiss the main attraction VR offers, which is stereoscopic view of virtual environments, true to scale. How can you not think that's cool?
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>>89941261
>This is literally /g/, can't believe you dumb fucks are willingly missing out on the greatest new tech development arc since personal computer.
It's based on a wrong premise.
I have no interest at all in this shit and do not plan on getting it 'when it's good'.
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>>89941261
VR is being let down by the shitty obsolete 2d triangle accelerators we currently are forced to use.
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>>89957831
>games must be shit if they don't conform to my personal preference
I honestly don't give a shit about what stylistic choices a game makes as long as it's good.
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>>89961368
>good
>flash game copycat in 3D to swing like a monkey
lol lmao
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>>89941261
I'll get it when they can get screen resolutions that match real life so passthrough mode is actually usable and looking at screens through it doesn't look like dogshit
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The only worthwhile game I found is Beat Saber, and it's the best rhythm game I've played since SDVX. Community maps have gotten good, there's basically never ending source of content. This game alone makes VR worth it.

- Boneworks: Portal vibes "you shouldn't be here", object physics and creepy enemies, visceral janky combat, extremely immersive. Got bored later though.
- Jet Island feels like theme park ride with the heavy movement and high speed, very surreal experience
- Dreadhalls is a procedurally generated labyrinth escape horror game, no cheap jump scares, still very scary. The real scale in VR makes enemies feel threatening.
- Half Life Alyx has great graphics and nice post-apocalyptic city environments but was so boring I dropped it

The problem with VR is the barrier of entry, which makes most games just not worth the physical effort. Also the jank of different VR hardware takes away from the intended experience, it never feels quite right. Fully integrated systems like PSVR2 will provide better experience.
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>>89941261
I bet you own a 3d TV
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>>89941261
I've been using touchscreen for more than 10 years and I realised this was a mistake so I'm going back to physical buttons



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