The growing need for realism in VR Porn

April 28, 2016  /   Posted in Science, Uncategorized, Video

Conventional porn studios produce a lot of third-person cinema. With the advent of VR and companies like VR Smash creating demand for first person or multi-dimensional videos and viewer tracking, both studios and performers are poised to change their industry practices to cater to the growing appetite for immersive content.

The goal of VR Porn is tricking the mind into believing the action is as real as touch. The viewer is no longer a window shopper but immersed in the experience. It’s not enough to just create scenes that have viewers siting on the sidelines, actors have to make the scenes realistic while focusing their attention on cameras rather than directors which requires foresight and skill with acting.

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“The trend that seems to be emerging so far — and this can change next week — is the performers who are the strongest talkers and who have the ability to make a connection are doing the best,” Anna Lee, the president of the VR porn production company HoloFilm Productions, told International Business Times

With greater pressure on performers to produce realistic scenes and the marked quality difference between VR and conventional pirated movie sites trends show an increased market revenue and growth for the adult entertainment sector.

With increased demand and better quality productions the industry is poised to give consumers greater selection and create new industry standards that will push small operators to adopt VR technologies to stay in the game. To this end we can expect more content creation tools for the DIY studios expanding VR systems to other avenues of entertainment, business and consumer satisfaction.

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