One of the main issues with Virtual Reality is movement. As long as you can't afford a treadmill, walking around in a VR environment is either nauseating (using a controller) or immersion breaking (teleporting around).
Luckily, an Italian has once again made an invention to combat these problems. In Maestro Pivetta's game VR Pigeons, you move around by forcefully bobbing your head back and forth, imitating the behavior of a pigeon. We at Studio Seufz were instantly convinced by this game changing technology, so we produced the game and now it's finally out on the Oculus Go.
If you still own this ancient device, give it a shot! Studio Seufz is not liable for any chronic-neck-pains induced by the game.
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are you questioning Maestro Pivetta's genius? I mean he lived on the streets of Rome before we picked him up from there, but that doesn't mean he is insane.
Thought it would be more exaggerated than i would have thought,but i am still interested in it.That the last version or there still some plans to update it further?
depending on the (inevitable) success, we might think about multiplayer
This game is really unique! I mean I never played before by my neck XD.
Well, it seems this game is awesome for workout.
fat neck muscles can be quite the looker!
I think this is a pretty good idea!
@nixnoux Nah this is a great idea!
@Pecheneg We'll be able to spot other people who've spent a long time playing because they'll have a really muscular neck :-D