This was a very interesting BUZZ that I found today and wanted to share with you.
Originally posted on:https://www.techradar.com/news/sitting-down-turns-out-oculus-rift-owners-like-to-play-seated-too
With so many virtual reality (VR) headset makers investing in controllers and room-scale tracking, you would think gamers are taking to their feet, moving around to get the full breadth of the VR experience. Surprisingly, that’s not exactly the case. According to Jason Rubin, VP of content at Oculus, many Oculus Rift owners prefer to play sitting down. Speaking at E3 2018 last week, Rubin said many gamers are actually requesting a “seated play” mode for Oculus Rift games. “When we started working in VR, we assumed everybody would be standing, everybody would be doing those things,” Rubin said, as reported by Upload VR. “It turns out a lot of people – perfectly healthy people – would like at the end of a hard day of work, or whatever they’re doing, to just sit down. But they appreciate the immersion of VR and everything else.”
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