Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Krenzo, May 5, 2015.
Looks amazing. I see places like universal studios jumping on this.
Then probably 10-20 years later this being in every home.
I would love to try something like that, I can see it being used as an ultra realistic combat simulation for soldiers but also for entertainment. I think there is something similar where the person is stationary and running on a big trackball.
So fucking cool
These things could potentially create a new medium of story telling. Rather than watching a tv or film screen, watchers could move around in scenes and stuff.
So wait, we went from [redacted] Krenzo doing a quick voiceover over a prototype made of superbasic parts, to Brenodi Labs with a news and performance update, to "THE VOID"?
This is cool as fuck, I hope they set up at least one such thing in Poland once it's a commercial thing.
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Just what happened anyway
This is a really neat angle for VR.
It's like Laser Tag 2.0.
I joined with these guys whose CEO is a multimillionaire. Money helps development.
Is the first step to open a Laser Tag-like facility for the public to utilize?
I don't understand what you're asking.
That really is some cool stuff. Would like to try out one day.
looks cool. Is that video real or is it some drummed up PR for what you expect it to look like?
is there a sort of practical use video or something like your first one? Its cool but it just seems super gimmicky at this point because it's mostly just a PR vid.
(Not actual gameplay footage.)
Some of it is actual gameplay footage. Do you really want to see a video of people whimpering and barely moving around because they're either too afraid or overwhelmed with emotion?
The Evil Within made an entire ad that was basically people freaking out. Emotions can be cool to watch.
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