VR Porn Booth At E3 2016 Was Very, Very Popular

Posted: Jun 16 2016, 11:48am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 16 2016, 12:01pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 

VR Porn Booth at E3 2016 was Very, Very Popular
Credit: Naughty America
 

Adult entertainment company Naughty America managed to get a booth at E3 2016. They had long lines....

The E3 2016 ends today. Virtual reality has been a big topic at the annual video game show. There have though been several reports that criticized the state of VR video games and that nothing really delivers yet on the promise.

A company that has nothing to do with video games showed how VR is done. Adult entertainment company Naughty America's E3 booth turned out to be very, very popular with attendees as you can see in the photo above.

The company demoed a selection of their virtual reality adult movies on the Gear VR. Even the video game press got into it. Eurogamer sent Chris Bratt to try out VR porn. He can be seen testing the demo in the video below. He is uncomfortable and does not know what to do with his hands. He is too aware of the fact that he is right now at the E3 and people are watching him watching porn.

Naughty America published a Periscope video on Twitter of a guy who knows how to watch VR porn. The video is too graphic to embed. This guy moves as he would have real wild sex, it is hilarious to watch in a way.

It is interesting to see that none of the attendees seem to be having an issue to watch porn next to dozens of other people. The E3 just turned into the Adult Entertainment Expo and nobody noticed. Why? Because the porn happens in virtual reality.

VR Porn has already arrived and it already works with the cheap smartphone VR headsets. The Adult movie industry might have found its new VHS tape.

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