Be that as it may, the tech is still far from being mainstream. Have you seen anyone sporting a VR gadget the past few months? We thought so.
While virtual reality is now, well, a reality, it's still pretty alien to most of the population. Proof: The interesting ways (read: shouting, flailing, cussing) VR virgins react to their first taste of virtualy reality goodness, as demonstrated by the videos below.
(For the record, we here at FHM HQ have already experienced what it's like to be seemingly transported to a different, virtual world, thanks to our playtime with the Oculus Rift. We're really fortunate to have that emotion-filled [mostly shock and awe] experience, and you can check it out here. #Blessed)
Virtual reality can be an assault to our sense of balance
It can also make sweet ol' granny oh-so-giddy
Meanwhile, these kiddos were able to give a detailed review of the technology
Would your mom freak out the way this woman did?
Apparently, it can also be used to prank VR noobs (Warning: turn down the volume!)
Careful trying out VR in public. Doing so can land you an unwanted spot on YouTube
The future of horror games: VR-flavored scare-fests!
This dude is waaay too engrossed in VR
How about this gal who's too freaked out to even put her feet down?
The Tonight Show host, Jimmy Fallon, demonstrates how to produce VR art (amidst a sea of laughs and awkward hand gestures). (Skip to the 3:02 mark for the good part)
Okay, we know you've been waiting for it: Priceless reactions to virtual reality porn!
BONUS: Manny Pacquiao tries out virtual reality!
Kudos to our Pambansang Kamao for keeping his shit together during the whole activity.
Happy birthday, Madge!
Listen up, bros!
Plus, other television moments where the former cover girl shined
#Latergram made possible
The car was crushed like a tin can