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How to recognize a VR gamer

Posted on Thursday, March 31 2016 @ 13:18:56 CEST by


eTeknix reports early adopters of the Oculus Rift are making fun of how the device is making them look. Wearing a VR headset for extended periods isn't as uncomfortable as it used to be, but the device does result in a temporary "Oculus Face" or "Rift Rash":
VR is cool, but it’s quite clear it doesn’t make you look too cool afterward. Hair screwed up, face all marked with red lines and sweat marks. Perhaps Google were onto something with their ergonomic and lightweight Glass designs after all. The foam padding is pretty comfortable from my own experiences, so it’s likely extended exposure that leads to these minor issues and I doubt it’ll be enough to put many of you off of a purchase any time soon.






 



 

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