VR Arcades /VR games

VR Arcades /VR games
Man in VR by Konstantin Rogovenko

I’m going to talk about VR, The first thing I would like to talk about is the expenses of VR as of 2020. VR is expensive, very expensive, not only does the VR headset cost about 399$+, but the PC hardware need to run VR is very expensive as well, unless you already have a expensive gaming PC, You also need space to set up and play in VR.

The Pros of VR is pretty obvious, It makes you feel like your in the Game, I also think it could be used to help train in some skills like flying air-crafts and other things like that. It could also be used as a virtual reality social media, we would hope for Ready Player One type of Social media, but knowing the internet we’ll probably just get another VR-Chat or it could be worse (well at least VR-Chat was funny). The Cons of VR is, it’s expensive as mentioned before, and there’s also the chance that it could discourage physical social interactions, though this is just my speculation, It could just reduce it just a little more than social media In my opinion. You could also break stuff while in VR.

I don’t have anything against VR In fact I think there’s a way to make VR cheaper, not right away, but eventually and may fix the other Cons I’ve mentioned and that is VR Arcades, there are Cons, but I think the Pros will out way the Cons. How can VR Arcades fix some of the Cons? reduced physical social interactions is fixed, because you have to go out to the Arcade and there will most likely be other people there. Now the price is fixed by the fact that your using a VR set-up by a company rather then buying all the things needed for VR, thus making it cheaper and it could make VR cheaper in general, because the VR Arcade businesses are investing in the VR production companies, giving them more money to advance VR technology which could make it cheaper over time. Also you won’t break your stuff In a VR Arcade, because it would be designed for space and they could also have Omnidirectional Treadmills which are expensive for an individual, but not as expensive for a business, and they also take up a lot of space. There’s also a Con that VR Arcades could get expensive, but still cheaper then buying VR out right. So what do you think about VR? Do you like the idea of VR Arcades?

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