You're on the Mars Lunar Colony.
There's several of your other commanders unfortunately did not make it, you're the onlyone who survived I'm sorry to say.
I've used VR and I've tried escape rooms.
If you'd like to continue the sequence.
I've never done them together.
Vicon's motion capture suit VR demo at the game developer's conference isn't meant for home use.
It's an idea of how live performers can guide players through VR simulation rooms in theme parks, art installations, VR arcades.
It streams Hollywood-style motion capture information live in Unreal Engine 4.
Now continue the sequence for your fallen comrades.
I was guided by a motion capture suited actor while I wore a vest, slippers, arm, and wristbands.
I wore an HPZ VR backpack PC and HTC Vive.
I was transported to a space station trying to get to Mars.
My hands could directly control puzzles.
My real-life companion guide helped me out No, I'm not, but congratulations.
I heard her real voice, not over headphones, but right next to me.
The puzzles were simple, but the concept is bigger than this.
This is where I leave you.
As large holodecks start to appear at malls and arcades, maybe a mix of VR and real performance is a better idea than going it alone.
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