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Pornhub VR Porn Video is Now Compatible With Sony PSVR 

Virtual reality porn is combination of latest capturing and production technologies, as well as VR headsets such as Oculus, HTC, Gear VR, or smartphone based cardboards. Earlier last month, PlayStation VR have announced that the latest software update will enable 360 videos to be played via their media player. This means good news for PSVR users who’s looking to have VR porn experiences. If you haven’t tried VR porn yet, here is complete step-by-step tutorial and guide on how to watch VR Porn with all virtual reality devices!

 

What’s even better is that Pornhub has revealed that their VR porn category is now compatible with the PSVR, although some features may be missing when compared to other VR headsets. Virtual reality is estimate to reach $40 billion USD in revenue in the next 5 years, and we will surely see the adult entertainment industry take up a large chunk of that market share, just as we’ve seen it during the rise of Internet in the 90s.

How to Watch Pornhub.com VR Content on PSVR

1.On your computer, head to http://www.pornhub.com/vr
2.Sign up for free if you don’t already have a membership
3.Download virtual porn movie of your choice
4.Transfer the VR porn movies onto a USB drive
5.Be sure the video files are put into a folder and eject USB
6.Plug USB into PSVR
7.Turn on the headset
8.Select VR mode from the Options menu
9.Put on your headset and enjoy!

Pornhub VR Corey Price isn’t too happy over the lack of compatibility when compared to other manufacturer’s headsets, and have urged Sony to adopt media playback support for the WebVR standard in their browser to make streaming in VR super easy and seamless.

If you somehow run into trouble launching your video, it is probably because the videos are not in equirectangular format. Other device makers support multiple virtual reality video formats such as stereoscopic 3D, 360 or 180 degree FOV, and over-under or side-by-side videos won’t be playable, at least for now. Price also believe their VR category traffic will be very limited before Sony integrates WebVR standard into their browsers.

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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