Virtual Porn Studio VR Bangers Offers Virtual Adult Content to Vegas Guests

virtual porn service

Vegas Hotel Guests Getting Taste of Virtual Porn from VR Bangers

“What was that about adult content driving mainstream technology?”

Los Angeles-based virtual reality porn production studio and company VR Bangers has announced that it has joined with AuraVisor, an upstart VR headset manufacturer, to place the units in various hotel rooms in Las Vegas over the next few weeks to test whether hotel guests will pay $19.99 to experience—virtually, natch—some popular porn stars coming to their rooms to fuck them.

vr bangers

 

In the modern age, when more and more hotels are abandoning adult pay-per-view offerings because, thanks to wi-f,i fewer guests are availing themselves of the service, VR Bangers believes that until all those guests are packing VR headsets of their own, they just might want to experience the quality of adult content that those VR headsets have promised to deliver—at a fairly cheap rental fee.

VR Bangers began by selecting both female and male adult performers for its rollout, and the hotel guest will choose which “partner” it wants to experience.

“You will then choose a girl or guy of your choice, and see your hotel room replicated in the VR headset, making the experience much more realistic,” VR Bangers told theInternational Business Times (IBT). “Next you will hear a knock on the door (in the virtual reality world), and the girl or guy will come into your room in order to enjoy an erotic or sex experience with the viewer.”

VR Bangers, which is reportedly in discussions with hotel chains around the world for its VR product, already has several virtual scenes offered for free on its VR Bangers, featuring stars including Marie McCray, Dillion Harper, Jasmine Jae, Zoe Parker, Raven Bay, Abby Lee Brazil and several more, in scenarios ranging from fauxcest to orgy.

According to Nick Summers of Engadget.com, the Auravisor is the perfect choice for VR Bangers, since the headset, which was well-crowdfunded on both Kickstarter and Indiegogo last year, does not require any outside apparatus like a smartphone or computer to deliver its content.

“The headset is, essentially, a self-contained Android device running a modified version of Google's mobile OS,” Summers wrote. “It has a 5-inch 1080p display and a 100-degree field of view, with access to a custom VR store that's linked to the Google Play marketplace. Such a setup should appeal to customers, especially business folk, who want to leave no trace of their VR escapades on their phone.”

Author: VR Reporter

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

Share This Post On