@fortescue @purserj are you aware of the oculus quest 2? Most people I talk to don’t realise that completely standalone devices exist now for Vr and they’re great - no need to buy it as an “accessory” for existing PCs.
They have the option to connect to a beefy pc if you wanna go full hog later.
They’re quite affordable at $479 retail.
I’m keeping my eye on the second hand market and the quest 1 goes for around 300 - and that’s still a pretty decent entry level.
@purserj @fortescue you’d be surprised at the amount of seated experiences there are, it’s also finally becoming recognised more as an accessibility requirement. I find that you don’t need that much room. I play mainly in the gap between the table and the wall pictures. Or in my sons room. I haven’t played a single flight sim because I can’t be bothered getting a HOTAS.
@purserj @fortescue one of my favourite experiences is just hanging out with friends, fishing! https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/2582932495064035/?utm_medium=share%2F&utm_source=oculus
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