At this year’s CES a company known as Oculus VR released an advanced virtual reality headset for 3D games called the Oculus Rift. The idea was born (as many are nowadays) on Kickstarter, and took in an astonishing $2.4 million, a number only made more impressive by the fact that their initial goal was $250,000. It took home 8 awards at CES with an interactive demo that wowed any tech-lover lucky enough to get their hands on it.
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The Rift is a relatively lightweight headset unit that connects to your computer via a DVI input (which can be adapted into an HD signal.) Once calibrated, it uses motion-tracking technology to create an immersive experience wherein whatever game you’re playing will react to your head movements and change your point of view accordingly.
Now, not long after the technology was revealed a company called Sinful Robot has swept in to put it to use in a way that’s interesting to say the least.
The aim of the company is to develop “the world’s first series of fully-immersive erotic encounters.” Sinful Robot’s co-founder and creative director Jeroen Van den Bosch seems thoroughly excited by the prospect of a more immersive virtual reality experience, saying it will allow him to “finally make an erotic adventure game that will actually be exciting!”
Sinful Robot is currently on the hunt for artists, programmers and animators who aren’t afraid to work with “spicy content.”