PVR IRIS VR Headset might be the holiday gift you’ve been wanking for
Titillate your eye holes.
Virtual reality headsets have kind of teetered on the edge of being widely adopted or shoved aside as some sort of niche tech that has yet to find a firm grip on the marketplace. As with many new entertainment-focused technologies, the true impact of a media delivery format cannot be determined until porn delivers a ruling. I think the PVR IRIS VR headset might be an indication of which way porn is leaning.
Though, that sentence is a bit misleading. I’ve already written about how VR porn is (pun intended) penetrating the market. We know where porn stands, right in front of you squeezing lube onto everything with a nerve ending. It’s only natural that VR porn would move from an option for your current VR rig to a self-contained unit.
Which is what the PVR IRIS VR headset is, self-contained. In fact, you don’t even need a computer or a phone to watch VR porn with this thing. Through WiFi, it can connect to the PVR.fun content library and get you right into the well-lit action. Because we all know that sexual activity always has the best lighting. That’s why Kevin is always yelling “lights on” before hitting me tenderly with a sock full of nickels. Foreplay is subjective.
The PVR IRIS VR headset currently offers content from many studios including HoloGirls VR, Badoink VR, VR3000, 18VR and VRCosplayX, with more studios to be added in the future, in case you didn’t think this industry wasn’t expanding.
“While a VR headset has been a favorite holiday shopping gift for a couple of years now, the PVR IRIS is unique in that it’s the first of its kind to optimize the viewing experience exclusively for adult video,” said adult star Ela Darling, who serves as PVR’s Chief Marketing Officer.
“The PVR IRIS is the next step in virtual reality, utilizing blockchain technology to search for content more quickly with total security and anonymity, while providing a huge content library from the adult industry’s most popular studios,” continued Darling, dropping that coveted blockchain link that I’m going to ignore, “And it makes the perfect holiday gift for your favorite porn aficionado… or to enjoy just for yourself!”
The PVR IRIS plays high-quality VR videos (6K H.265) with 2560 x 1440 resolution on about three hours of battery life, without needing an app or smartphone. That’s a pretty solid selling point for a VR headset. It’s literally for a singular purpose, to watch porn on, which is what you were doing with your VR headset anyway. It also carries a Fresnel optical system, which limits disorientation while virtual getting your junk twaddled.
I haven’t reviewed this thing and frankly, don’t really need to. The fact that it exists is enough to give me hope for the future of virtual reality headsets. Porn has a tendency to do that for consumer technology it seems. The PVR IRIS VR headset retails for $199 and is available now.
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