Oculus VR devices provide viewers with a short look at NBA bubble play

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Oculus Venues gives players the feeling that they're playing at NBA games at the Disney World ESPN Wide World Sports Complex.

To box that ticket, you have to tightly attach your headset to a virtual reality Oculus, find your seat comfortable and watch. Viewers are perhaps at home, but they are transferred by the VR technology to the ESPN Wide World of the Disney World Sports Complex.

The viewer is rather a static perspective, which brings the players closer to the floor. rather than a static perspective. They'll feel like they're on the courtside and have a different view to the backpard, like in a "NBA 2 K" game. Players can see a camera view from the corner during another possession.

It is another way to watch and offer sacrifices at a basketball game. It is not as crisp or clear in the resolution. You are not going to confuse this with HD monitors. The farther they are from the camera, the faces come out blurry. The advertisers are not as good as the national aircraft broadcast, but the NBA bubble is seen by the viewer. Players can see the conditions in which they play and feel that they are in the arena.

Were you aware that there is a display of statistics and a broadcast on the opposite end of the benches? There are cameras over the backboard that seem to track the players with robotic arms. Games involve mopers who during timeouts wipe sweat off the floor.

The virtual reality is certainly not for everyone, but it should be tested once. The lower resolution disturbs the viewer, but at the same time you see the game in a new light.

The other components of the VR experience are the Oculus Venus, which means you will be with other viewers in a virtual crowd. It creates a sense of watching others play the game. In the stands there is a presence, sometimes ruined by children's sound, who wonder if they can hear or a child cry in the background. Fortunately, you can mute annoying viewers or sit somewhere else on another virtual pod four.

It is a good experience if you can find a group of intelligent NBA fans. There is also a solo viewing experience if you don't like to deal with the crowds at all.

Looking at the games in VR, the audience appreciates better the players size and speed. You can also select subtle parts of the game such as the players' communication. I miss some of the elements. I would like a way to access them instantly. I would also like to have a way of keeping to a view of one camera.