virtual reality

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Unreal Engine released a preview video of the Unreal Editor working in VR and it's pretty cool (and will also likely make me so sick).

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Look, I'm just going to say it: VirtuaDolls is a VR game controller that you can stick your schlong in. It comes with all kinds of nifty features like synchronized movement, vacuum suction, and pressure sensors to give you the best feel.


It also comes with a real game you can play that lets you rescue babes from monsters before you get down to business, if you like a little plot with your fap (side note: is it still fapping if a machine is doing the work?). 


The VirtuaDolls IndieGoGo campaign has a $20,000 goal, which has already been 34% funded in 5 days. You still have loads of time to jump on this train, but beware: some of the reward packages are already sold out. Stretch goals for the campaign aim to bring the experience to iOS and Android, so don't feel put off if you don't own an Oculus Rift. Oh hey, and ladies? If this campaign/product is successful, the company plans to move on to making a similar experience for you.

What a time to be alive.

Via: AltspaceVR
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Virtual reality communication company AltspaceVR wants to up the nerd-factor in your next D&D session with v20, a social software allowing you and your digital friends to use Oculus Rift headsets to play D&D around a virtual table. 

It seems pretty counter-intuitive for a game about imagination, but this software lets you, by means of avatars, feel like you're sitting at a table in real life with your friends. There are loads of 2D options out there if you're looking for a way to virtually play D&D, but only this one will let you do it in 3D. 



The software has been endorsed by Wizards of the Coast, and a commercial build is expected to be released in 2016.

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Zero Latency's free roaming VR room combines an Oculus Right, a computer you carry on your back, and motion sense to put players directly into games. If you get too close to a wall or another player, the game warns you with visual cues and you're not allowed to run (for your own safety), but otherwise it's like you're really inside the level you're playing.

(INB4 Sword Art Online jokes)

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