Editor's note: Exactly how many people want to pay $1 for a VR headset to be able to lie down while using it needs to be determined, but if VR sex games suddenly ramp up in the next few months, you need to know why. People who use sleep can also be threatened with falling asleep and waking up inside a Resident Evil VII home, causing a confused person to have a heart attack. Besides, if they turn over in their sleep or on the device or neck, what will be damaged first? However, this can be useful for people with limited mobility, and its open source is likely to add to the appeal.
While games like Half-Life: Alyx have contributed to virtual reality in recent times, it's still not the original entertainment some had expected. Is it possible that instead of a lack of good titles, cost, and usability, the main issue that most people don't like about VR is the difficulty of using a headset in bed? Japanese company Diver-X's HalfDive BMD, or Display-Bed-Mounted Display, is set to launch a Kickstarter campaign from November of this year. As you can see, this is a completely stable headphone that attaches to a stand, so you can use it when sleeping on your back.
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This set also contains a Force Feedback Module that looks like it's touching an object in VR space, feels like it's being cut by a sword, and If friction and more. It offers a more immersive experience. p>
Starting price HalfDive BMD from $800 for the original model with no special features for the top type is up to $1,200 and is more expensive than the Valve Index. If you want a versatility version, get ready for $4,000.
This VR headset is designed for use in bed
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