VR Creates New Enterprise, Leisure, and Health Alternatives
The VR gear we wear on our face is a portal to new places we’ve never seen before, such as: Fuji, and placed in situations where we non-astronauts are unable to venture into space or another dimension! VR is the ground floor for the seemingly limitless skyscraper of opportunities in business, entertainment, fitness and wellbeing.
Technology is evolving rapidly and the VR industry is at the forefront. In an industry that is constantly learning and growing, 2018 was a big year for big headsets. The Vive got an upgrade with the release of the Vive Pro and Oculus started shipping their standalone Oculus Go Headset.
The debut of Vive Pro and Oculus Go means a lot for business. Like the Vive, the Vive Pro can also be connected. However, unlike its previous version, the Vive Pro will soon receive a wireless adapter that will make it a professional wireless headset.
Adding the adapter to the headset not only removes the annoying wire you stepped on or got wrapped in, but the headset itself has large-scale, room-scale tracking, which is great for action-packed location-based experiences such as walking tours The nothing, Immersive dream landscape, and IMAX VR.
A headset like the Oculus Go is not a reflection of the PC-powered Oculus as you would imagine. A consumer-friendly version of its heartier and wired forerunner, the Go headset exists as a standalone headset that is completely wireless. It supports Netflix, Hulu, and other fun games and experiences.
The main difference for us is that it cannot be played as dynamically and actively as the CV1 Oculus due to the lack of PC processing power and touch controllers. Oculus is currently developing its own wireless PC headset.
PC-enabled and wireless headsets are fueling business in the VR industry as they enable studios and the people who work on games, experiences, products, and even marketing those products to make their mark on gamers, fans, and consumers to leave behind those interested in the technology. Making better headsets also helps the large user community break loose and move around more naturally, making them more motivated to keep coming back.
For the VR industry, action games and first-person rhythm games have got the community going and excited more than ever. We went to the Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 2018and got an insight into what games VR enthusiasts can expect in the future.
Credit to: Survios / MGM Interactive
A notable trend for the entertainment and games industry is that PlayStation VR games like Creed: Rise to Glory, The Elder Scrolls: Blades, and Hit saber, among other titles to their lineup of motion-heavy games. Seeing the PSVR get more games where the body really needs to move and react to a game that’s happening in real time is a welcome change for users who crave a less sedentary game and take a break from the standard Want button mash or mouse click.
Gaming is so important to the industry that big names like Intel, Survios and SEGA have started VRLA 2018 also. Intel and Survios have teamed up to bring the new game developed after the movie franchise Creed: Rise to Fame, while SEGA’s Space Channel 5 VR made us take a step towards music. These VR-focused companies have shown us how they are building the industry by supporting and developing games that are realistic to the body and immersive to the mind.
The Force jacket. Credit To: Disney
Even a household name like Disney knows that getting into the VR action is a smart move! They teamed up with innovative MIT engineers and developed a Force jacket. The Force Jacket is a wearable haptic jacket that simulates the feeling of having large muscles, repeating a hug, or reproducing the impact of a snowball. We can’t wait to see what a haptic Disney adventure or game might look and feel like when we’re at home in the park or in VR in the future.
VR is not inland, it does watch some airtime iFLY indoor skydiving. Yes, you read that right, skydiving! People looking for a fun date night, a reason to make their heart beat faster, or a way to overcome their fear of heights can wear a VR headset and enjoy spectacularly filmed views from a distance of 13.00 feet jump a virtual plane. Parachutists strap on a headset, wear flight suits, are held by a companion and dare to jump while the wind flies through their hair and the epic force of falling is repeated.
If you follow VR Fitness Insider, you will know that we take VR games and fitness seriously and want to help our readers take small and large steps towards health and wellbeing. We know that improving your virtual experience can begin with a helpful customization of your headset, such as adding a pair of corrective lenses from VR Lens Lab or it can mean finding new VR fitness games!
VR was super effective for Kevin William, Gabriel Mossand has helped many others lose weight, make you feel more secure and prevent those pesky pounds from sneaking back with VR fitness. Readers come to our website for helpful tips and have even become contributors to keep us posted on which ones Games are best for stamina and fitness and how to spin games like Skyrim VR into a 1000 calorie burning exercise!
Virtual reality is becoming so mainstream in the fitness industry that it is there Gyms supported by athletes and exercise machine manufacturers like the award-winning ones Black Box VR Cable resistance machine and the Ikaros Flight simulator and ab workout device (for private users and business travelers) see success. Both fitness machines are equipped with impressive, challenging and result-oriented games to keep your mind away from the hustle and bustle and your goals!
If our brains take a moment to restart or recharge, the body will feel less motivated to play another round against a flurry of knocks or punches on Expert or Hard. A company like Orpheus Technodelics has meditative and trippy experiences like SoundSelf and Microdose VR to steer your mind away from what is troubling you and more to what helps you get to your own happy place.
We use handkerchiefs when we sneeze and wash our hands with soap and water to prevent invisible germs and gross things like sweat from being passed on to other players. With all of that Sweat and oil From a player over time, it’s no wonder VR coverage has developed disposable covers that are great for businesses that need custom covers for headsets that are used frequently and in large quantities. They also have washable fabric covers that are more suitable for home use and are easy to swap between players so your friend who has just gotten over a cold doesn’t have to borrow yours while playing.
Cleanbox is a small to large hygiene solution for VR venues such as VR exhibitions, festivals, location-based experiences, amusement arcades, fitness studios and wherever VR headsets appear. We first saw Cleanbox at VRLA and noticed how easy it is to load a VR headset into the device and watch the UV system quickly sanitize and dry it. If you have a bunch of gamers on the doorstep or have a following, businesses are given a chemical and waste-free option to provide their visitors with a clean gaming and gaming environment every time they use a VR headset.
We’re only in the middle of the year and VR is the newest frontier. There are so many opportunities in business, entertainment, fitness, and wellbeing and many more are waiting to be discovered. We are excited to see what the best and future innovators in the industry will come up with next.
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