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Will porn be big in virtual reality?

An old adage in the porn industry says that consumers follow wherever adult entertainment goes. The success of pornography contents across all platforms, such as VHS, cable television, and the internet, shows that consumers always patronize the adult entertainment industry.

Following this trend leads one to safely assume that virtual reality can be a major hit, if not the best thing that can ever happen, to the porn industry.

This article will discuss the recent and foreseeable developments in VR porn, along with several advantages and disadvantages during its early stages today.

Recent developments in VR pornography

Since 2015, there has been a significant development in VR pornography, headed by the most prominent names in the adult entertainment industry, Naughty America and Pornhub.

Their vision for pornography for the next decade is to leap from 2D, voyeuristic type of pornography, where consumers are seen as a passive audience, towards a more subjective and interactive one. They want consumers to experience porn as a realistic and interactive medium for virtual sex where they are able to maneuver and see things the way the performer does.

VR Bangers has paved the way in creating VR-ready pornographic materials using state-of-the-art VR cameras that are able to capture the sexual intensity of the moment for the performer’s point of view.

From the consumer’s standpoint, a good VR headgear grants access to VR pornographic materials. However, not all VR-related companies are willing to let consumers use their product for VR pornography. Oculus VR has recently barred pornographic contents for the Oculus Rift to prevent potential controversial and unintended uses for their devices. However, Samsung and Google have not yet put restrictions on pornography for their respective devices.

CamSoda, another popular porn website, decided to take VR pornography a notch higher through their VR Live porn. Although there are several more limitations and hindrances when it comes to producing VR Live pornography compared to regular VR porn, they see it as a possible offshoot when the latter becomes completely developed.

The same company is also responsible for the “OhRoma” technology or “nose porn” which uses odor as a sexual stimulant for consumers. They designed a gas mask headgear installed with two canisters that performers can trigger at any point of their act. However, it is highly unlikely that the world will see nose porn develop because of the recent development of touch technology as a viable add-on to VR pornography.

With the zeal and enthusiasm of the adult entertainment in the rise of VR pornography, experts say that VR pornography will be a billion dollar industry, next to VR gaming and VR sports, by 2020.

Advantages and Disadvantages of VR Porn

Disadvantages of VR Porn:

Lack of diversity of content

Most of the recent Naughty America and VR Bangers VR porn video releases predominantly cater to straight male audiences. Statistics show that there are over 13 million American women who view porn at least once a month, and there are not enough quality videos on most of the categories that the female audience visits.

Porn Economy

The internet has over 25 million porn sites; and with nearly two decades of the 2D pornography, it will give a hard time for VR pornography to thrive economically. Basically, performers earn more from 2D porn because, unlike VR porn, it has more audience and it caters to almost anyone with an internet connection.

Complicated setup

This is a disadvantage for the VR porn viewers because of the time and effort needed for full immersion in the material. Simply put, the setup is just not worth it for people looking for instant and quick pleasure.

Initial experience

For first timers in VR technology, the experience can be slightly disorienting—even more so in VR porn. For most people who view porn secretly, it can be hard to split one’s focus between VR reality and outside reality.

Advantages of VR Porn:

Hardware compatibility

Most VR technologies used in virtual reality games and sports require top-end gear for fluid performance. VR porn, however, only requires a high quality headgear and high definition adult video for consumers to enjoy.

Intimacy and immersion

VR porn provides the intimacy and immersion that no other video format can provide. Many people have already foreseen VR porn since the discussion of virtual reality technologies came into forum discussions. Now, it has become a reality, and people say that one will not go back to 2D porn after experiencing the reality of VR porn.

Fulfilling deep sexual fantasies

VR porn gives consumers the chance to experience their deep sexual fantasies or explore and experiment with their sexuality in virtual reality. In this sense, VR porn can be liberating for people who have unresolved curiosities about sex.

Conclusion

Overall, VR porn has a long way to go to achieve the popularity and prevalence of conventional 2D pornography. However, it is impossible to deny the possibility that VR porn will take the world by storm as soon as the adult entertainment industry figures out how to give the best and most enticing virtual experience to its consumers. Dating apps started to take strides into VR. Nude Teens App which is the #1 app for naked teens and teen ass have started implementing VR into their platform. It’s a fee app that lets you receive unlimited teen nudes and teen chat from many local sexy teens. Once VR is more compatible, you’ll surely see this industry change.

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Top 10 Most Famous Paintings

 

Among the many artworks displayed in art galleries, museums, churches, and other houses of art, there will always be a few significant paintings that are known by almost everyone in the world. Here is a list of the 10 most famous paintings that transcend time and have a great impact in the field of art:

 

  1. Guernica by Pablo Picasso

Picasso’s Guernicais one of history’s most well-known grayscale anti-war paintings. His work depicts the bombing of the Spanish town of Guernica during the Civil war in Spain. Guernica shows the sufferings of people and animals, and a disarray of buildings – all brought by the devastating war. The artwork is a navy blue, black, and white, oil on canvas painting found in the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid.

  1. Water Lilies by Claude Monet

Monet had a pond dug in his garden at Giverny where he planted water lilies. Using this as his subject, he captured every image of the flowers and water that he could observe. After the Armistice day of 1918, Monet offered the Water Lilies to the French state as a symbol for peace. The finished oil on canvas painting was installed in the Orangerie Museum in 1927, a few months after his death.

  1. The Night Watch by Rembrandt

Rembrandt’s work is an example of a painting exclusive to Northern Netherlands. The Night Watch was a title not given by Rembrandt for his painting, and was used at the end of the 18th century. The scene actually took place during the day, but due to the accumulation of dirt and varnish, the painting seemed to darken giving an impression of a night scene. The painting is a portrait of a company of civic guardsmen. They were defenders of their city and maintained order in the place. Each company had its own guild hall that was decorated with group portraits of notable members, promoting a sense of pride and civic duty. Rembrandt received commission to create a portrait for the guild hall that housed the Amsterdam civic guard company of musketeers (Kloveniersdoelen).

  1. Girl with A Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer

This mysterious painting was a creation of Johannes Vermeer in 1665. The identity of the painting’s model – if there was even one – is unknown up until today. Vermeer is an enigmatic man himself, and produced only a few paintings. The Girl with A Pearl Earring, also referred to as the “Mona Lisa of the North,” shows a girl wearing a blue and yellow turban with a pearl earring on her earlobe glancing at her audience. Aside from being such a beautiful work, the painting’s mystery also adds to its allure.

  1. The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali

The Persistence of Memory, painted in 1931 by the most famous surrealist painter in the world, is one of Salvador Dali’s famous works which can be found in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Dali describes his paintings as “hand-painted dream photographs,” which he made during his attempts to meditate into self-induced hallucinations. The painting’s landscape comes from Dali’s home region of Catalonia, Spain.

  1. The Scream by Edvard Munch

Edvard Munich’s The Scream remains to be one of the most famous artworks in history. It projects the image of a genderless person standing beside a fence. The person, with both hands on the side of the face, is screaming in a setting that seems chaotic. The scene in the painting is inspired by an actual place in Ekeberg, Norway, on a pathway with a railing.

  1. Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh

The Starry Night actually shows Van Gogh’s view from an asylum after he experienced a mental breakdown. The painting depicts a night sky full of swirling clouds and stars surrounded by their bright lights. On the ground, you will find some hills and a small town, and a dark structure to the left. The gives the viewers a flowing illusion, making the audience allured and involved with the work of art.

  1. The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo

The Creation of Adam is one of the most famous artworks in the Sistine Chapel ceiling. It shows God on the right side, and Adam on the left. God is floating in a nebulous with some angels without wings behind Him, outstretching his arms to Adam. Adam, on the other hand, is lounging while reaching out to God. This work shows Michelangelo’s background in sculpting, evident in the way the figures were drawn.

  1. The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

Da Vinci’s work is a Renaissance masterpiece that depicts Christ and his Apostles having supper, with Christ at the center. The original painting was done directly on the walls of the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, and through the years a doorway was added to the wall, removing some parts of the painting.

  1. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci

 

The famous Mona Lisa is an oil painting on a poplar wood panel made by Italian Leonardo da Vinci while he was living in Florence. It can now be found in the Louvre in Paris. It is a half body portrait of Lisa Gherardini, whose portrait was commissioned by her husband. The facial expression in the portrait leaves a captivating feel for the audience, and it is the most studied artwork ever known.

 

Which one’s your favorite? Actually, there’s no need to pick just one – after all, every one of these paintings is the very definition of a masterpiece.

 

 

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