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- Joined on March 7th 2008, last online on 05 March 2017.
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I read your profile today and it was so good to me.u know that i am interested to be a friend first.i also believe that coming to you will be a probability of meeting that very love that has been lacking in my entire life. please i will like you to contact me direct to my e-mail address, (firstname.lastname@example.org) i dont know the posebility of remaing in forum for long time,i will give you a full introduction of my self with my pictures ok. i will be waiting for your mail to my e-mail adsdress(email@example.com) as you know
there is no age,race,colour n religion bar when it comes to true love,
Hmm, I can't quite figure out who is in your signature. I think it's either from Redline or from NMH. Any help?
The pic in my sig is from an old game that I played on PC (but I see it was on Amiga and Mega-CD too). Can that help?
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I think the flexible face guard is a very good idea. As it is removable and the HMD does not press against your face but floats, one could even remove the face guard and use the headset like that. Turning off the lights in the room would solve the rest (except a lot of blue light from the LEDs that is, but who minds blue light?) I think that it may turn out that for big head sizes, the PSVR...
I tried out yesterday HTC Vive and Oculus rift at a place. The biggest issue was, by far, my head size (66cm). The Vive itself did not fit well on my face especially because the straps were pulling it up. The Oculus didn't even fit correctly to my face as the headset's plastic sides were pressing against the sides of my eyes uncomfortably. I think in both cases the distance from my eyes to the...