Thursday, 24 October 2019

Microsoft 'DreamWalker' Experiment Takes First Steps into Always-on World-scale VR

quote [ Microsoft unveiled an experiment this week that explores the future of always-on virtual reality. Building a system called DreamWalker, Microsoft researchers walk around in the physical world while still being fully immersed in VR, essentially taking the first steps into replacing your morning walk with something that’s not only reactive to your physical surroundings, but ultimately more interesting. ]

Gearbox finally released Borderlands 2 VR for PC and it is a shit storm. $49.99, buggy as hell, no multiplayer, and ported by someone who must not have played a VR game in the past 2 years.

Also, I need to do another nsfw VR post one of these days. Lots of new stuff out there...
[SFW] [Virtual & Augmented Reality] [+4]
[by steele@7:41pmGMT]


steele said @ 7:43pm GMT on 24th Oct
cb361 said @ 9:05pm GMT on 24th Oct
Karl Pilkington predicted this, and thus it has come to pass.
conception said @ 3:27pm GMT on 25th Oct
I like how we're running as fast as we can towards Rainbow's End (
steele said @ 5:50pm GMT on 25th Oct
mechanical contrivance said @ 6:24pm GMT on 25th Oct
I think we're headed toward WALL-E.
steele said @ 6:30pm GMT on 25th Oct
Minus the part where we reach space travel at that level, sure. I can imagine an earth of robots sweeping up corpses and other trash. Also, Three Robots on netflix.
snowfox said @ 12:37am GMT on 26th Oct
So the world will be a hellhole, but we won't be able to see it. I guess that's cool.

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