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I hope they do VR, I want to play porn games with it.



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IsawYoshi said:
Einsam_Delphin said:
They said it's gonna be non-wearable, and you have to wear stuff to use Virtual Reality.


After thinking over what you said, I have the following question: If they made it as an arcade machine for hospitals, clinics etc. would that be concidered wearable? I don't think so.

 


I also thought that QOL could be something for hospital robots and/or people with disabilities.



If Nintendo really does VR, then they are done for. Enough with the expensive niche products.



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RolStoppable said:
If Nintendo really does VR, then they are done for. Enough with the expensive niche products.


They will do it.. been working on it last many years..

(and wii-u IS a vr machine.. bird demo, street view app..  All they have to do is making a headset. mayby with better gyro and motion.. but they allready has the tech..... wireless low lag gyro controlled external screen)

 

Ont: I have been thinking the same.. could it be vr.. but the non-wearable says it not.. and like statet (many times last 2 years) Wii-U is made for it.. a preperials for wii-u (like sing star and eyetoy) would make so much sense 

And nintendo did say in 2006 that the "wii" name will make sense when we know the full picture..  Wii-R (VR)



I just hope it isnt some portable fitness studio.



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We have to figure out this: (???)

Health - Education -  Lifestyle -  ??? 

I'm thinking the next logical step is Psychological & Relaxation related to make people feel less stressed. 

If Nintendo could figure out how to help people feel relaxed in a highly stressful world, the potential market would certainly be a new "Blue Ocean".

As for what tech they have found to reach this goal, I have no idea.




FromDK said:
RolStoppable said:
If Nintendo really does VR, then they are done for. Enough with the expensive niche products.


They will do it.. been working on it last many years..

(and wii-u IS a vr machine.. bird demo, street view app..  All they have to do is making a headset. mayby with better gyro and motion.. but they allready has the tech..... wireless low lag gyro controlled external screen)

 

ont: i have been thinking the same.. could it be vr.. but the non-wearable says it not.. and like statet (many times last 2 years) Wii-U is made for it.. Wii-R (VR)

Looking at the Wii U controller it's not hard to imagine how it could be redesigned into a VR head set, but it's only 480p at 60FPS, it would need to use the same image for each eye to stay at 60 FPS & the screen would need to be rotated and "stretched" to simulate an HD look with 480(stretched)x800, not unlike the Oculus DK1, but not in 3D unless it went to 30FPS which isn't good for VR.

 

It could be done, & for cheap ($100-$140), but it would be the worst modern VR headset behind Morpheous & Oculus, but it still may be a good move to generate interest in the Wii U, but that would be seperate from the QOL platform, imo.



chris_wing said:
FromDK said:
RolStoppable said:
If Nintendo really does VR, then they are done for. Enough with the expensive niche products.


They will do it.. been working on it last many years..

(and wii-u IS a vr machine.. bird demo, street view app..  All they have to do is making a headset. mayby with better gyro and motion.. but they allready has the tech..... wireless low lag gyro controlled external screen)

 

ont: i have been thinking the same.. could it be vr.. but the non-wearable says it not.. and like statet (many times last 2 years) Wii-U is made for it.. Wii-R (VR)

Looking at the Wii U controller it's not hard to imagine how it could be redesigned into a VR head set, but it's only 480p at 60FPS, it would need to use the same image for each eye to stay at 60 FPS & the screen would need to be rotated and "stretched" to simulate an HD look with 480(stretched)x800, not unlike the Oculus DK1, but not in 3D unless it went to 30FPS which isn't good for VR.

 

It could be done, & for cheap ($100-$140), but it would be the worst modern VR headset behind Morpheous & Oculus, but it still may be a good move to generate interest in the Wii U, but that would be seperate from the QOL platform, imo.


Nice you understand.. many do not

But it's not sure it will be only 480p.. mayby 960p (nintendo did say wii-u supports 2 upads) and mayby the wii-u can send more rez to an other screen.. even if the current external screen only is 480p.. i know alots of "if" but i know i can't wait for e3 :)



IsawYoshi said:
Einsam_Delphin said:
They said it's gonna be non-wearable, and you have to wear stuff to use Virtual Reality.


Lol, I forgot about that part.

Then I'll change the statement. Non-wearable VR it is! xD

I mean, someone has to do that as well. Think of it as a mix between 3DS, oculus and Google Street View.

i thought that by "non-wearable" they mean something that you can't carry with you outside, like a phone or a tablet, or a hanheld, not LITEARLLY something that you can't "wear" so VR is not off the posibilities of "non-wearable"



Non-wearable. Totally Nintendo. Helps one quality of life.