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Virtual Reality and Meditation.
03-08-2017, 09:42 AM
Post: #1
Can't even begin to think of the potential VR offers. Sadly its been used mostly for porn... anyways there has been already some apps for the VR devices on meditation. And they're great. Most of them put you in a peaceful environment such as a valley or a mountain or a river and best of all you experience that in 360° which means if you look behind you for example you'd still see some shit just like in real life. The only problem is the hardware. Most of those devices are heavy on the face and will cause you to sweat and become uncomfortable after like 5 mins. So if the developers came up with some VR lenses that would definitely be the shit. Because most people cant visualise for shit and VR would help in that part. So much potential. Cant wait to see what would happen in the future (that is of course if donald trump doesn't ignite a fucking world war and destroy everything).

"If y'all muthufuckas asked a spirit for some shit, y'all better give some shit back or da spirit gon' haunt y'all lil ass B." -Albert Einstein
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03-11-2017, 01:56 AM
Post: #2
I visualize too much. Man, my dreams.

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03-11-2017, 06:53 AM
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i dont agree. occulus glasses are a bit heavy bit not that much that it irritates. it has fun games and indeed beautiful spaces with lots of Fibonacci moving collors (if that makes sense) combined with meditation music. i can easily disappear in it for hours. the landscape i dont like that much, because the movement isnt that great as with a vive. with a vive you are way more part of the game you can meet others and see your own hands which makes the games more fun and real. it flows better with a vive.

what i notice though is that your brain really needs adjusting to 3d in 3d. it sees the reality of the vr knows its fake but still its real. i think its a game changer....
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03-11-2017, 07:20 AM
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(03-11-2017 06:53 AM)niburulou Wrote:  i dont agree. occulus glasses are a bit heavy bit not that much that it irritates. it has fun games and indeed beautiful spaces with lots of Fibonacci moving collors (if that makes sense) combined with meditation music. i can easily disappear in it for hours. the landscape i dont like that much, because the movement isnt that great as with a vive. with a vive you are way more part of the game you can meet others and see your own hands which makes the games more fun and real. it flows better with a vive.

what i notice though is that your brain really needs adjusting to 3d in 3d. it sees the reality of the vr knows its fake but still its real. i think its a game changer....

Ah well I have the Gear Vr and its not that bad but definitely worse than the one you have. I could probably go for about an hour but thats it. The phone overheats even if you're in fucking Antarctica -_-
I will probably buy the occulus rift as soon as I get that paycheck.

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08-14-2017, 09:15 AM
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The only thing stranger than putting the headset on is taking it off.

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08-16-2017, 06:36 AM (This post was last modified: 08-16-2017 06:40 AM by ZackDuckers.)
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We're a bit of a way off before its like that Anime series... Fuck my brain i cant recall the name. Fantasy MMORPG 1st season then shooter and faerie shit 2nd season.

SWORD ART ONLINE! Gah what a fucking name.
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