What was it like the first time when I wore a VR headset?
It was amazing! It is beyond words what I felt seeing a movie called Henry the hedgehog. It felt like I was in the same room as him and then feeling empathy for him because the movie was about his adventure of making friends.
Who wouldn’t want to make friends with a lovable hedgehog? Well, the answer is not many because he had one dangerous habit when he saw the friends that he made and that he loves to hug them. AWWW!
I was truly overwhelmed!
When I was through the movie, I did not quite remember which part of it was the cutest. It felt like living a part of my life with that hedgehog. And that is the reason why VR is so powerful a medium today as the radio was during its heyday.
The competition can be healthy:
There are tens of companies who are coming out with a VR headset of their own, there is HTC, Sony, Google, facebook, you name them and they come out with their own. Everyone is trying to capitalize on the trend lest they miss the VR bus!
But competition is definitely a healthy thing. It can help build great content. But the flipside of competition could be that people in a bid to stay ahead of other creators can under rare their work or quote lesser than others to stay up front. This is what can be detrimental.
Virtual reality needs special 360 degree cameras to shoot so there is no question of it being cheap to make but still cutting down profit will send a bad message to the consumers that VR can be got for cheap.
Why HTC vive is my favorite headset?
It is an experience in immersion itself. Whether it is playing a normal pool game or a ping pong, there has never been anything closer to that superb experience. It is definitely on my wish list and I never fail to recommend it to everyone who cares to ask!…