Historical Events Virtual Reality. Virtual Reality is a fascinating technology with a great vision, and innovative designs are now hitting the market. “TechnoloGeeks” has developed a new device that’ll help you do the same thing that dictators and Harvey Weinstein could only wish to accomplish: change history at your pleasure.
The VR100 Headset is a brand new gadget with a higher purpose. With integrated content to help people experience and learn about historical events in fun and exciting ways. The advanced tech has perfected virtual reality to a point where it’s almost as scary as impressive. The development team behind the VR100 Headset worked tirelessly, side by side, with a group of renowned historians to let you recreate any of your favorite historical events. With the opportunity of impersonating the historical figures of your preference.
Following the example set by modern television, there are no moral or ethical boundaries for the use of this product. You can revive a meaningful and cherished experience, such as being present at the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence – from the perspective of John Hancock. You could play any side of the duel between Alexander Hamilton (modeled after Lin-Manuel Miranda) and Aaron Burr (modeled after Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) – extra points if you throw away your shot. You could be sitting on the same bus with Rosa Parks – although history will be a little different if you decide to play as the bus driver and activate Race Mode. Also, the accuracy of the VR100 Headset goes beyond history or geography. The depiction of reality that this device offers is so accurate that when your character dies in the simulation, there are no bonus levels like heaven or hell. You stare at a full black background with a message that states, “there are no respawns in real life.”.
TechnoloGeeks believes the technology behind this product is so sophisticated and innovative that even the sharpest critics of VR will start to accept real life is for losers that, for some reason, prefer standard definition reality. Nonetheless, just like all of the new avant-garde applications of science, they felt it was best to start with an industry that would have the most significant impact on society - entertainment. It took over five years for the crew of “TechnoloGeeks” to finally release the VR100 Headset. The process delayed continuously because of side projects with less importance, such as developing the cure for cancer or designing robots that can assist doctors with surgery.
Austin Gable, a 33 years old systems-engineer who is the leader of the team behind the design and production of the VR100 Headset, was so satisfied with the result of many days of continuous hard work, that he performed a six hours live streaming on his Youtube channel (softwarepapi). It represented a record of audience for him, with eleven spectators –only six of those being bots–. At some point in the broadcast, Gable praised the concept of the VR100 Headset, highlighting the graphics, accuracy, and soundtrack of the game. After that, the engineer spent two hours talking about who should be included in the casting of the movie about his life, giving Aaron Sorkin some advice on how he should write the screenplay and the actors that should portray him until even the bots left the streaming.
The possibilities with the VR100 Headset are just limited by how freaky you are, with endless applications of this remarkable technology ranging from the entertainment to the stress-relief. For example, are your Christian neighbors getting on your nerves because of their dog’s ceaseless barking? You can use your VR100 to go back to the passion of the Christ, impersonate a Roman soldier and drain your irrational and unjustifiable anger, scourging Jesus before his crucifixion. Instead of using the classic “there are little kids in Africa who would love to have your food” when children refuse to eat their food, mothers could make their kids wear the VR headset, and go back to the Rwanda Genocide as a little Rwandan boy. And for those who are tired of the blandness behind war videogames, you can be part of a thrilling experience getting into the skin of a Vietnam soldier and learn how a real FPS should be.
Since its release week, the VR100 Headset has been a complete success all over the world. We have the statement from Kevin Hawthorne, a gamer who recently bought his VR100: “This is the greatest console I’ve ever bought, and I really mean it. It’s better than any other thing that a human could possibly feel. Ten times better than any videogame, and don’t get me started about real life. The other day I lost a match of Fortnite against a Japanese guy. I was so pissed, but then I grabbed my VR100 and went back to Nagasaki and Hiroshima as the guy piloting the plane that dropped those bombs. I never felt so good.” said Hawthorne before being sent to a psychiatric hospital.
The VR100 Headset comprises a full set that includes a stereoscopic head-mounted display, head-motion tracking sensors, and stereo sound designed with the latest technology — accompanied by specialized equipment to go to the bathroom without moving from the comfort of your VR room. So, what are you waiting for now? Get your VR100 Headset and start having real experiences while you are alone in the dark corner of your bedroom!
Note: the VR100 Headset only depicts real-life moments. You can’t recreate fake events, such as any scene of Les Miserables, the Piltdown Man’s life, or Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide.