Monthly Archives: Mar 2017

How VR Helped With Intimacy and Sexual Relationships

I’ll admit that like many guys out there, I tend to get a little nervous when I’m talking to a beautiful woman.  Maybe I’m setting my bar too high or relying on expectations that aren’t there but most of the time it all comes down to confidence.

This uneasy feeling can extent well past meeting someone for the first time or even the first date. When it comes down to it, every new experience in a brand new relationship can be nerve-racking. The first time you kiss, the first time you stay over and even the first time you have sex…all can be pivotal make-or-break moments.


How VR Helped My Anxiety and Public Speaking

VR Helped My Public Speaking

As a kid growing up, I always had anxiety and to a certain extent, I still do in my adult life. Throughout my formative years, anxiety always had a murderer’s grip on my social behavior –  especially when it came to public speaking. In an age of VR and interactive experiences I looked for an effective solution and found it in Public Speaking VR.


9 Ways To Combat VR Motion Sickness

Tips to Combat VR Motion Sickness

Strap on those VR goggles and sit back, you might be in for quite a surprise, because along with those amazing visuals some people are reporting a feeling similar to motion sickness. Also referred to as simulator sickness, it’s an induced form of motion sickness.


Cirque Du Soleil – Dreams of “O” VR

Dreams of O - Cirque Du Soleil

Visitors to Las Vegas have been able to take in Cirque du Soleil’s eerily magical aquatic show “O” since 1998 when it opened at the Bellagio. But if you can’t make it to Vegas, you can still experience what it’s like to have a front row seat thanks to a collaboration between Cirque du Soleil and top virtual reality studio Felix & Paul. With a 12-minute long journey that takes the viewer into an immersive 360, 3D trip through a magical underwater world, it’s so eerily realistic you’ll feel like you need to dry off at the end.