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Flo_Evans t1_j5u4dgs wrote

VR doesn’t feel like your talking face to face either though, it feels like you are in a video game lobby.


DarthBuzzard OP t1_j5u5lnm wrote

VR always feels like you are face to face. That's the entire effect it provides.

It's just that you are face to face with abstractions - low-resolution, low-fidelity avatars that are kind of janky.

At least with today's tech.

If it felt like you were in a videogame lobby, what would the point of VR be? I could get that feeling just by playing Call of Duty on console.