The Japanese schoolgirl star even comes with a personalised CD so you can listen to her calling you by name.
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VoxelKei has been working to create the ultimate VR map of Japan, allowing people the chance to explore an extremely detailed rendering of the entire country. Oh, and also fire massive death rays at it.
Now you can explore the world of virtual reality while stroking the soft body of your favourite character at the same time.
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Take a look at what it’s like to be a jumping, chanting, glowstick-waving fan at a virtual reality idol concert in Japan!
Introducing the “Street Museum” smartphone app enhanced with VR contents to make your travels that much more memorable.
Sure, you could do this without wearing a virtual reality headset, but would you want to?
No need to choose who’s the best girl when you can let brain activity sensors make the selection for you.
Tokyo Skytree’s operators recently announced a VR viewing experience exclusively available for rainy days, letting guests enjoy Skytree’s amazing views in perpetual VR sunshine.
Simulated sex demonstration in Akihabara definitely needed a bigger venue.
It’s known as one of the nation’s top three most bizarre festivals and has resulted in deaths when it’s held every six years, but now you can experience the ride first-hand at any time of year!
If you’ve got a Vive or Rift at home, you’ll want to stop what you’re doing right now and start downloading!
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Here’s how much real-world money it’ll cost you to play in Sony’s virtual video game domain.
A Japanese startup is working with Bandai Namco to rework the classic arcade game into an immersive virtual reality experience—using a touch-control VR headset that will cost under US$20.
Ai Shinozaki, one of Japan’s hardest-working models, extends some VR hospitality.