Virtual reality is a relatively new concept (less than 20 years old) in the online gaming industry that turns any situation into a life-like experience. Here, Justin C. Williams laser enthusiast talks about his experience with virtual reality in online games and the growing use of the technology.
Virtual reality is truly the future of online gaming, Justin C. Williams laser enthusiast begins. It satisfies the desire in gamers to get away from everything and relax, and it allows you to explore whole new worlds. Even with virtual reality being as new as is, Justin C. Williams Laser enthusiast says, it’s evolving quickly. With the newest games, he adds, the headsets let you look all around you 360 degrees. Some even let you reach out and touch things.
One of the headsets Justin C. Williams says he likes is the Oculus Rift. The Oculus Rift headset is a spring-loaded headset specifically for virtual reality gaming, Justin C. Williams laser enthusiast says. It feels as comfortable as ski goggles, he adds, so much so that you’ll forget you have them on. This is the latest in virtual reality devices that allow you to be transported to new places and experience things you’ve never experienced before, he adds.
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An upgrade from the Oculus Rift is the Oculus Touch. Justin C. Williams laser enthusiast says this system does everything the Oculus Rift does, plus it allows you more of the options to touch things. This creates a whole new level of sensation, he adds. “When I connect joysticks to the VR system, I can fly an airplane, a jet plane, or even a space rocket,” Justin C. Williams says.
The headset tracks your every move, Justin C. Williams laser enthusiast says. “The built-in audio feels like surround sound like I’m really in the middle of what I’m viewing,” he explains. “The only issue I can see right now,” Justin says, “is that these systems use a lot of resources, meaning memory and computing power.” He explains further if you don’t have a high-powered gaming computer, the system could freeze up on you and ruin the effect.
“With this headset on, I can be in the middle of a forest,” Justin C. Williams laser enthusiast says. “Or I can be in front of the Eiffel Tower, or in the jungles of Africa,” he adds. “I can go sky gliding in Hawaii, deep sea diving in the Bahamas, or even climb Mount Everest in the winter snow. I can go exploring far-away places like India, the North Pole, or the outback of Australia, or simply explore the peace and quiet of the woods and meadows.”
“Virtual reality allows me to be the next hero in wartime battles,” Justin says, “and otherwise do things I’d never get to do in real life. I can’t wait to see what the next generation of VR brings us.”