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#GivePornAHand Campaign to Bring Virtual Porn into Mainstream Consumer Market

Last week, select industry folk got a look at what just might be the biggest thing ever in adult entertainment. Now, it’s the fans’ turn to get involved.

 

Hundreds of the industry’s top performers, producers, studios and companies are rallying together in a first-of-its-kind campaign to ask fans to pitch in and support the creators of the entertainment they enjoy.

 

The crowd-funding campaign, #GivePornAHand, is being hosted by Indiegogo. In exchange for that help, porn fans are being offered a whole new kind of entertainment: Immersive Virtual Porn.

 

“Today is a monumental day in the history of porn,” said Brian Shuster, spokesman for the campaign. “We are releasing the world’s first Hologram porn scenes today, along with the world’s first Synthologram porn videos that feature 2015 performer of the year Anikka Albrite, 2015 Best New Starlet Nom August Ames, and Performer and Director of the year Manuel Ferrara along with the amazing talents of Adriana Sephora and Karlie Montana.”

 

All of this content is being released for viewing using virtual reality headsets, as well as in normal HD formats for fans who don’t have a VR headset yet. Viewers can sample non-nude non-video hologram content with or without a headset at GivePornAHand.com.

 

“This content is designed to show fans just how unbelievably amazing virtual reality porn can be,” Shuster continued. “But without a massive effort, the industry will not be able to afford to create any more content at this level, let alone the next level that we’re reaching for.”

 

The porn industry has suffered years of decline, due to the widespread growth of piracy and illegal tube site distribution of content. At present the industry lacks the capital it needs to perform its historical function of leading new technological development and innovation.

 

“The porn industry wants to start filming porn in holograms and Syntholograms, but the money just isn’t there to create this kind of content in a profitable way.  This may be the first time that porn has failed to drive a new kind of technology, and if so, virtual reality may have a poor outlook with years of stunted development.” Shuster concluded.

 

To address the situation, HoloFilm Productions has assembled a coalition of adult entertainment companies and people to connect with fans and crowd-fund the necessary development to start mass production of VR porn.

 

These industry professionals are ready to put their time and talents on the line. Now it’s the fans’ turn to step up. If they’re willing to dig into their own pockets and lend a hand, the industry can get a leg up on providing the content of the future.

 

HoloFilm Productions is Shuster’s baby—a fitting endeavor for the founder of XPics Publishing in 1995 and Red Light Center in 2003. With the new studio he is developing Holographic, Synthologram and Holographic Avatar technologies to create virtual reality content. For more information, visit HolofilmProductions.com.

 

For more information about the upcoming campaign #GivePornAHand, visitGivePornAHand.com.

 

Author: VR Reporter

I am a hi-tech enthusiast, VR evangelist, and a Co-founder & Chief Director at Virtual Reality Reporter!

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