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Just putting out the reason I LOVE my VR headsets. I get ignored and excluded all the time and it's quite depressing. I really stand out from every social group in my school and find myself escaping to virtual reality. I have huge social anxiety, but in vr I can make new friends with the same problems. No more loneliness...

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Hi guys, just got the rift S and am new to VR. Loving it so far.

My only question is, sometimes I’ve seen people using the joystick to walk like in a video game. And other times I see teleporting. Does it just depend on the game? So far I’m just having fun making my oculus home, but I’d love to be able to just walk using a joystick. Is that not an option? Will it ever be?

Thanks

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Hello, I'm looking for some guidance from someone with experience in Amazon prime day and maybe VR deals. (I'm in Australia, prices are $AUD)

Basically wanting to get insight on if the rift cv1 could be for sale again during prime day? They were for sale around $525 at Xmas, but since oculus stopped selling they are on Amazon for over $1000. I'm thinking maybe they have a few in stock and might sell them on prime day.

I've been wanting to get a VR headset for almost a year now. Originally waiting for Rift price to come down, then at Xmas it was cheap but talks of a new rift (now rift s) and a valve headset coming out so I waited. By the time all the info came out, it looks like valve would be best, but as valves headset isn't available in Aus I was thinking of grabbing a used ~$300 rift cv1 until the index gets released (could be another year based on steam controller). The rift s ($650) doesn't look perfect (sound quality, tracking etc) and would rather save some $$ towards a valve when it comes here. Cheers!

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Hi

Thinking of buying just the headset then get the controller some other time.

I was thinking of getting third party controller from outside too but I am unsure if that is a real thing or not.

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