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Interesting. Any chance you feel motion sickness when playing Video games? maybe FPS games with low FoV?

Depends on the game. Some are fine, some are vomit inducing.

Generally the games that are made with VR in mind are fine. For example I can play, and have played, Elite Dangerous for 4-5 hours at a stretch and not felt even slightly nauseous - so long as the frame rate stays high. Conversely I have played a few demos that have me feeling sick within minutes, particularly roller coaster demos.

I played through Half Life 2 on VR and was mostly fine, although a few sections where you do a lot of jumping got to me at first.
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Absolutely fine - I do that all the time.

They are not that heavy, and you forget that you are wearing them after a while. About the only issue I've come across is heat in the summer.

This.

Also, head over to the Oculus reddit (not directed at you Ginger) and see how many people are hyped for VR that all OWN a VR headset. I own the DK2 as well, and have played Elite:Dangerous for hours at a time. As Ginger John said, the problem is when it's hot. The lenses fog and if it's already hot in the room, wearing a hot headset doesn't help. The consumer versions will have much better ventilation though, and be even lighter than the DK2, which is already not bad at all.
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Depends on the game. Some are fine, some are vomit inducing.

Generally the games that are made with VR in mind are fine. For example I can play, and have played, Elite Dangerous for 4-5 hours at a stretch and not felt even slightly nauseous - so long as the frame rate stays high. Conversely I have played a few demos that have me feeling sick within minutes, particularly roller coaster demos.

I played through Half Life 2 on VR and was mostly fine, although a few sections where you do a lot of jumping got to me at first.


Interesting. Thanks for the answer +1 thumb.gif
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Interesting. Any chance you feel motion sickness when playing Video games? maybe FPS games with low FoV?

Some people do when playing games that either take control of the camera and you aren't in control, or some FPS games that have a high rate of movement speed. I've felt it before while playing Alien Isolation with the DK2, and 1 other first person game. Low fov isn't possible as the games are locked to the fov of the headset, unless you're playing a game that wasn't built for VR using a VR injection program.
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Very nice !
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Crytek games are always multiplat. Even Ryse came to PC. So I have little doubt that Robison will come to PC eventually.


All the developers will be so disappointed when VR headsets come out and the games won't sell because people don't buy the headsets.

VR might be a step in the right direction, but clunky stuff never takes off. Maybe in 10 years when VR glasses are as small and light as actual glasses.

People that are hyped for VR are mostly people that tested them for like 10 minutes at a booth.

The real question is how does a VR headset feel when you game for 3-4 hours?

Your concern does relate to reality, have tested HTC vive and Occlus Rift personally, both device are little bit heavy for my taste(which may cause neck fatigue and sour muscle if keep go on for hours) and very slippery when you move around your head, I had to re-position OR every couple mins, haven't touched Sony's VR yet, but I read review says it's the only device addressed these concerns.

The device is still worthwhile, even just use them to watch a movie.

But the most important part of push VR technology is.... the software, game development towards VR is vastly different than traditional TV/monitor oriented games, the VR device have more game studios behind them, is the VR device towards success, so far Sony debuts 5 VR exclusive games and a brunch of compatibles and all of them looked promising. Of course i'd put money on the one that has results.
    
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I doubt this is in-game wink.gif
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Not coming to PC. http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2015/10/28/robinson-the-journey-pc-version/

https://twitter.com/cryengine/status/659156511160147968

I love dinosaurs so I avoided watching the video for the above reason.
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Not coming to PC. http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2015/10/28/robinson-the-journey-pc-version/

https://twitter.com/cryengine/status/659156511160147968

I love dinosaurs so I avoided watching the video for the above reason.

They said the same thing about Ryse biggrin.gif
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They said the same thing about Ryse biggrin.gif

Hope your right buddy.
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