Everyone knows. Virtual Reality is the crowning achievement of video games. And guess what? VR has arrived.
Ventura Park is proud to have the ultimate virtual reality experience in Mexico. (It’s the latest thing to do in Cancun)
But before we get to that, let’s talk about how we got here. Video games have come a long way.
From Pong to Virtual Reality
Atari released Pong back in 1972.
Not familiar? Pong consisted of two rectangles & one circle. That’s it.
This was supposed to represent some sort of a battle between two opponents. With anticipation, quickness, and timing you could use your rectangle to impose your will on the moving circle.
Today, people do the same thing. Except they play first person shooting games like Call of Duty. Or RPG’s like Final Fantasy.
In 45 years, we have made progress. Mind-bending progress.
Virtual Reality represents the pinnacle of this evolution. A quantum leap forward. It’s something that must be experienced to be understood.
The Jaw-Dropping Implications of Virtual Reality
If we went from pong to VR in 45 years, where will we be 45 years from now? And 45 years from then?
The world’s greatest scientists have begun to contemplate this. The results are absolutely shocking.
What would virtual reality look like in a 1,000 years? If we continue on our path, it would like EXACTLY like real reality. Indistinguishable, even.
If virtual reality can get so good, we wouldn’t be able to tell the difference…
Then how do we know we are not living inside of a virtual reality program RIGHT NOW?
Sound’s crazy right?
But even Neil deGrasse Tyson considers this possibility. And he’s like the beacon of rational thinking today. He even hosts “The Cosmos”.
Neil think’s there’s a “50-50 that our entire existence is a program on someone else’s hard drive.”
Are We Living in The Matrix?
Even Tesla’ & Space X CEO, Elon Musk, seems to think so. In fact, he’s convinced.
He recently said “Our lives are almost certainly being conducted within an artificial world powered by AI and highly-powered computers, like in The Matrix”.
WHOA. That’s some mind-bending stuff right there huh? Kind of hard to wrap your head around it. So let’s stop contemplating and instead, let’s talk about what IS hear. Like, for sure.
And that’s the ultimate virtual reality experience in Cancun. No, the Riviera Maya. Scratch that. The ultimate virtual reality experience in Mexico is at Ventura Park.
But what exactly makes it the best?
The Best Virtual Reality Headset: Oculus Rift
The ultimate virtual reality experience starts with the best virtual reality headset.
The Oculus Rift is widely considered to be the best virtual reality headset out there. It’s why Ventura Park is proud to have the Oculus Rift as part of its virtual reality experience.
The Oculus Rift creates a virtual reality experience that is clear, vivid, and well…just REAL.
Check this viral video below.
But wait a second. How can THAT be the ultimate virtual reality experience? I don’t want to fall down! That’s embarrassing!
Yeah. Me, neither.
But Ventura Park, didn’t stop with just the Oculus Rift VR headset.
Introducing The Virtualizer by Cyberith
The Virtualizer allows you to “move freely and naturally” all in the same space.
So don’t worry about falling. It’s impossible with The Virtualizer. You’re safely strapped in and secure.
The best part? The Virtualizer pairs perfectly with the Oculus Rift.
The Oculus Rift sends your mind into another dimension.
The Virtualizer makes sure your body follows you there, safely.
Together they make for the ultimate virtual reality experience. It’s the latest thing to do in Cancun.
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So what are you waiting for?
Come check out the latest thing to do in Cancun. The ultimate virtual reality experience.