Veiviev Develops Adult VR Experiences For The Oculus Rift
One company is working behind the scenes to tap into virtual reality’s potential in adult entertainment. It may not be long enough to experience truly immersive and realistic adult VR experiences right in your VR headset.
Veiviev, a VR company specializing in adult VR projects, is concentrating on its efforts to deliver realistic adult VR content for the well-known Oculus Rift VR headset. Its VR project named VRGIRLZ has been in constant development for over a year now, and has been offering some initial adult VR demos for interested customers owning a Rift headset.
One of these VR demos of the VRGIRLZ project is entitled “Lucid Dreams V2”. Lucid Dreams V2 is a free demo available for the Oculus Rift, and is intended to run on capable Windows computers equipped with reasonably high-performance components. According to its description on the Veiviev’s website, Lucid Dreams V2 can run on both 32- and 64-bit Windows computers. The Rift must be connected to a Windows PC with the demo running. It fully supports keyboard input, and is configured for certain keystroke combinations to perform specific functions. Veiviev says that the Lucid Dreams V2 demo is still patchy due to its early beta nature, but it can run satisfactorily on powerful hardware at frame rates ranging from 40 to 60 frames per second.
Lucid Dreams V2 reflects the company’s vision of bringing adult entertainment to virtual reality. The demo starts with a log-in interface, to be followed by a welcoming platform that will take the user to the main “hall” – a room where nude models are posing at different angles. Because of its positional tracking abilities, the user can manipulate the view of the room using keyboard controls, as well as to move the models’ position in any direction the user prefers to. The demo is shown at full HD resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels, assisted by the Rift’s ultra-low-latency rendering. Although this beta is of high definition, models are stationary – they are not moving in any way, which can reduce the immersion and the sense of presence. Luckily, Veiviev is working on making a demo with animated models.
Veiviev’s Lucid Dreams V2 demo is only a part of its VRGIRLZ project, which is currently in development involving experimentation on various graphics engines such as Unity and UE4. The Lucid Dreams V2 demo is available to download for free on Veiviev’s website.