A friend has had an Oculus for about a year now. It's almost as engaging and useful as Google Cardboard.
I can't remember why I was searching for "second life" (I can't recommend it, at least not without safesearch on) but this is on the first page:
Thus concisely illustrating the true market for Oculus.
Obviously I spend most of my VR time in The 1920s Berlin project, the sim I build and live in, my baby.
So there I was, actually inside SL, I walked down the streets of the city I build, it felt and looked all so real and soo good.
Screenshot_6I must confess that when I saw the Graf Zeppelin fly over, I cried.
It was so beautiful and a sight I’ve wanted to see ever since I was a little girl.
But also jumping on a tram and being driven around the city is so exciting, I couldn’t stop giggling.
The details, the sounds, the textures, all great, but the general feeling of being inside something real, a proper 3D surroundings, is just impossible to describe.
You experience depth, height, scale, all those things that get lost on a regular computer screen.
Especially with safe search off.