Virtual Reality Needs to Fix Stomach-Churning Experiences

Alton Elliott
June 29, 2017
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VR has yet to turn into a mainstream hit, but many companies, investors, and developers still have hopes. The potential for VR to turn into a enormous hit, VR mergers and acquisition is too big for those boosters to pass up. VR mergers and augmented reality and acquisition company Digi-Capital forecasts that VR will develop into a $25 billion market by 2021.

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For instance, despite recent setbacks for its Oculus Rift Headset that include smaller-than-expected revenue and management difficulties, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is currently pledging to devote hundreds of dollars on VR. It has been a tough stretch for virtual reality over the past calendar year, but there are some improvements that show there are still signs of life, as demonstrated by a survey of 600 VR developers released Thursday by the Virtual Reality Programmers Conference. But challenges still persist Like dealing that cause people to feel sick That the industry has to overcome until the tech becomes a huge success.

Here’s a roundup of the survey findings:

  1. VR remains difficult on individual’s stomachs According to the survey, the programmers cite the uncomfortable sense of motion sickness as a problem that’s affecting consumer adoption. Folks can feel sick when sporting a VR headset because what they see up to their physical movements. The subsequent incongruity can create feelings very similar to sea-sickness. One coder that was surveyed said that no one has developed a one-size-fits-all approach to ease motion sickness that VR app makers can use. For another programmer bluntly put it, ” A lot of these VR adventures make people ill.

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  1. The space requires more business apps Video games nevertheless dominate in regards to virtual reality, with all 78% of survey respondents stating that they’re dedicating time. The remaining respondents said they are building marketing content like holiday apps VR business apps employed for corporate training, and industrial design. Some developers stated the center on VR video games would be lost, because companies seem more interested in using the tech than mainstream users. One developer said that the concentration of games and entertainment, gives the perception of [VR] being a toy rather than the technology that it is actually.
  2. Virtual Reality may be a better thing to do Developers seem to be upbeat about the future of reality, in which digital vision is overlaid on the physical planet, than virtual reality. The survey stated that 77 percent of respondents consider AR apps will be more popular than VR programs in the long-term. 1 developer said ARs advantage over VR is that it does not introduce VR’s possible side effects, or such a risk of vertigo, motion sickness because people aren’t fully immersed in world. Our entire society would have to change to integrate VR in everyday life beyond contexts, said another respondent. “But augmented reality usually means that you could incorporate it almost anywhere.”

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