If you seen the recent showcases of VR tech in public events, you probably noticed how next to VR testers there is sometimes this random guy holding (or wearing ↓) a cable, so you don’t get tangled and fall by accident.
For those of you who do have an Oculus Rift, probably know that most games, if not all of them, are made for a seated experience. We don’t know the pain of having to adjust ourselves, or adjust a cable for optimal usage. Getting your legs intertwined with cord, or hitting a cable accidentally with your hand in VR can break your immersion, and as Palmer Luckey – founder of Oculus – said, it will be an obstacle in the future.
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