BadoinkVR’s New Hands-Free Theater Mode

May 24, 2017

Kiiroo Badoink VR porn theatre mode

Further Innovation in the field of Virtual Reality Porn

Recently we spoke to our good friends over at BadoinkVR.
They are always improving the quality of their content and the user-friendliness of their interfaces.
Badoink is known for producing immersive sex-positive content that takes users on lustful journeys exploring their sexuality. Helping their fans to discover what it is that turns them on, making them more attentive and better lovers in the process. Since the crew over at BadoinkVR are true sex-tech revolutionaries we feel akin to them and keep a close eye on their prowess. They are trailblazers in our niche and, like us, aim to bring the sense of touch to the internet.  Once we read about their player’s latest update, we reached out to their PR agent Leslie. We were elated about the things she had to say about the wonderful new upgrade they have made to their VR viewer.

BadoinkVR told us the following:

BaDoinkVR does not promise innovation, we deliver it. The sci-fi vision of the future of virtual reality, depicted in movies like Minority Report, show a world with floating holograms that can be navigated with touch. But let’s be honest, no one wants to look like a blind conductor when you’re wearing a VR headset and your girlfriend walks in. But the future does lie in hands-free navigation, and BaDoinkVR is proud to announce that the future is now.

Can’t Touch This!

With mobile VR, having to take the phone out of the headset to adjust settings is not only annoying, it is time consuming and kills the immersion experience. Even with Bluetooth remotes, there is a learning curve to use it, if you manage not to lose it somewhere between your couch and coffee table. Either way, you are bound to take off the headset to either find it – or see which button to press.

Problem Solved

What if there was an interface that allows you to use your eyesight while also freeing up your hands for more important tasks, like grabbing a beer – or more likely, a Kleenex from the tissue box? Well now there is, and this is what our brand-new VR Theater Mode is all about. Now when you open BaDoinkVR on your mobile device, you’ll see a little pink box that prompts you to switch to a more immersive and intuitive HUD. By just using your head, you’ll be able to control pretty much anything! With our newly implemented technology you will never have to remove the smart phone from your headset ever again.

May the Force Be with You

Our cool new menu structure is clean and simple enough to operate just by looking at it. A floating cursor can be controlled by your device’s head-tracking technology, allowing you to browse the video archive, jump across menu items, as well as play and pause videos. The completely revamped hands-free viewing experience eliminates the hassle of using your hands to fumble with the hardware. The only thing you have to worry about now is which scene you want to stream. Theater Mode Beta is available now, there’s no need to download and install anything. So, it’s really the perfect way to watch VR porn without getting caught!

 

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