By Sarmad Lillah
Yes that is true; the head mounted virtual reality set Oculus VR might not be as safe as it sounds. You might be surprised to learn that the device isn’t exactly what we think it would be. While saying that, I am not talking about the gaming experience – that part works great – it is the aftereffects that most of us didn’t expect.
We do know that virtual reality devices tend you shake you up a little bit, but that notion is usually rubbed off for being something that just the lighthearted go through. However, the official ‘Health and Safety Warning’ document that the developers have provided with the Oculus VR Development Kit 2 says otherwise.
This time, they have tried to be as explicit about the concerns and dangers that the users ‘might’ face.