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Does anyone play with the Occulus Quest 2?

This looks like something fun to play with during long days. But, I am technically challenged. How difficult is this thing? I want me some VR Porno!

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by Anonymousreply 6Last Tuesday at 4:24 AM

I have one OP, what do you want to know about?

It’s wild for sure but eye strain is an issue.

by Anonymousreply 1Last Monday at 5:01 AM

I just got one a few days ago and have been playing gold and a rhythm game with friends. It’s pretty cool, but I would recommend getting the cheapest option available. While you can watch movies and browse the net with it, like R1, I’ve already experienced eye strain issues.

by Anonymousreply 2Last Monday at 5:24 AM

I have one and wear glasses. I find the head unit uncomfortable, heavy and the strap didn't help. I bought a helmet type thing and got prescription lenses. Makes it much better, but it still has a way to go on comfort.

I find this whole VR thing fascinating, but daunting. I haven't found anywhere, specifically, that is a good guide on how it works, how to get in and out of programs, selection of games. etc. I think all this is in its infancy and will improve greatly in the next few years.

by Anonymousreply 3Last Monday at 5:38 AM

What kind of headset do you have, R3? It all makes sense to me. Look at it like this: Your home environment is your computer desktop.

by Anonymousreply 4Last Monday at 8:08 PM

This is the next thing big tech wants to push to feed their ever growing need for your data, and thoughts.

by Anonymousreply 5Last Monday at 8:21 PM

My 12 year old niece got one for Christmas and loves it. She's met a lot of people on it while playing all night long (this concerns me, but I digress). I put it on and rode a roller coaster. I thought I was going to black out I got so dizzy. Make sure you have a lot of room to move around, with no sharp-cornered tables within fainting distance. It's really cool but I couldn't deal with the almost guaranteed headache/nausea after each use.

by Anonymousreply 6Last Tuesday at 4:24 AM
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