Virtual Reality the future of cinema.

I just woke up from a dream, and I am writing this blog post. In the dream, I met friends who I haven’t been able to keep in touch; we laughed, and we helped each other. I felt better. This is what virtual reality feels like.

Recently, I went to see a short seven-minute movie in VR (Virtual reality). I had no idea what VR is? As soon as the headset was put on, I was transformed from my drab room, into a music recording studio, where was the wall was painted with beautiful texture, they were a pet parrot and a grand piano with the musician playing and practicing his song. It felt amazing to be in such an opulent and creative environment. It was instant escapism.

Our lives are monotonous chasing sales figures and bank balances. We not only have to meet our expectations but live up to others IRL(In real life). However, in VR, you are in for a treat, I think VR is bringing fantasy to masses. It’s the next thing after the cinema.

The future of cinema is VR. Movies are going to be shot with VR cameras. It’s something like 3D but just much better quality.

After watching the VR movie for 3 minutes, I removed my headset. The mind took 5 minutes to adjust to the real life. You feel a bit nauseous and disoriented. The severity of the feeling takes around an hour to completely disappear.

I am very keen on experiencing VR sex. I wonder how it would be. Sex IRL is painful. You know what I mean?

I am not a gamer. I don’t get VR gaming, but then I have never tried that. What’s your experience in VR? Do let me know in the comments below.

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