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New device enables you to feel pain inside virtual reality


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* nah, I've got nothing *

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5 minutes ago, ouija ouija said:

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* nah, I've got nothing *

You're not plug and play...

 

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Been toying for the past few years about getting some type of mid-range VR setup.

I understand, though, that some users experience dizziness and neck pain, so I am moving slowly on purchase.

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The VR Pleasure suit is going to be a best seller.

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Why would anybody want that, though?

Well, I mean aside from people who have a fetish for pain.

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Thermoreal back in 2017 did heat, cold and pain as well. Still, the more competing techs, the better (hopefully) the one that 'wins' will be. Much like Bluray etc. Also, one small step towards HoloDecks (A dream, but a nice dream).
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No thanks. Why would anyone want to simulate pain? I'm no masochist. 

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2 hours ago, pallidin said:

Been toying for the past few years about getting some type of mid-range VR setup.

I understand, though, that some users experience dizziness and neck pain, so I am moving slowly on purchase.

I received an Oculus 2 for Christmas.  It's an interesting experience but not really worth 300 dollars, IMO.

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5 minutes ago, and then said:

I received an Oculus 2 for Christmas.  It's an interesting experience but not really worth 300 dollars, IMO.

Could you describe your likes/dislikes of that setup? Would be helpful in my purchase decision.

 

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24 minutes ago, susieice said:

No thanks. Why would anyone want to simulate pain? I'm no masochist. 

Maybe training simulations rather than recreational use?

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9 hours ago, Orphalesion said:

Why would anybody want that, though?

Well, I mean aside from people who have a fetish for pain.

It makes for a more realistic and immersive experience. Many people would want this.

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Create a virtual "hell" and hook criminals up to it. 

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soon they will invent a device for you to experience death in VR. They say that i will be so real ;)
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