News JVTech This virtual reality headset kills you if you lose your blood in-game.
Published 31.12.22 at 09:05.
Virtual reality has become a huge part of the game landscape. Even though its practice is still limited to a niche, many titles are appearing, particularly horror games and other experiences that exploit VR’s specific features. But, in reality, the creators want more.
The virtual reality experience is somewhat modern.
Virtual reality gives us something that we cannot imagine without having a helmet placed on our nose with two screens close to our eyes. The experience is more convincing, as shown by the very good games like Half Life Alyx, which have turned a lot of players into VR.
Palmer Luckey, one of the founders of Oculus, came up with the idea that they’re quite peculiar to one another. Why don’t people actually give up if their avatar dies in the game? This story of Sword Art Online with other older works is coming back first in the running and will likely win this hefty promotion.
Using Sword Art Online in my mind, Luckey Palmer wants to see players and avatars together.
The idea of using the virtual avatar for real life has always intrigued me, so if you want the slang to rethink, then that would force a person to change the way they interact with the virtual world and interact with the actors at fundamental time rethinking it. Bloated graphics make the game more real, but only the threat of serious consequences can make a game for everyone.
Of course, Luckey Palm speaks here as the co-founder of a virtual reality headset, but not as a real game designer capable of offering truly immersive and relevant experiences. For example, we can compare the Red Dead Redemption II, which is opposite of GTA V and has slower and more realistic experience on certain points, so we could transform the player into an actor’s plot and play by the character of Arthur Morgan. Actions are a result; but a lot of studios want to have more immersive experiences (particularly the AAA).
Luckey Palmers idea is, lets say it clearly, stupid, but it also permits a discussion on the subject of immersion which is so important to editors, particularly during events.
VR is the future?
The world is on a constant basis, so it’s too real, but it’s pretty much the same as the world’s. The game’s design is changing quickly.
Today, independent VR games offer experiences and allow us to observe the limits of this technology. Even though some games offer a real VR adventure like Half Life Alyx, its still too rare and earliest to see some great games only ported for VR.
Tell yourself Luckey Palmer had the great idea of putting the explosive charges on the player to make him explode if he loses the game. Today he founded a company called Anduril Industries, a company that specializes in autonomous defense systems for the American army. Lets keep him from playing video games again, please.
What’s the question of virtual reality?