South Africans continue to be self-conscious of virtual reality porn

South Africans continue to be self-conscious of virtual reality (VR) porn, which reenacts sexual activity and other actions using a combination of simulation headsets and other devices.

Data from Google Trends reveal that pursuit of VR porn have grown by 10,000% over the previous 17 months.

Sibusiso Radebe, Co-Founder of Digital-Reality.co.za, a Johannesburg-centered VR service, says the firm has not indulged into any immediate interest in content creation of VR porn.

Ulrico Grech-Cumbo, Chief Executive Officer of Deep VR, a Southafrican VR movie manufacturing business, states to day, it just received one question about porn that the firm turned down.

Gerald Ferreira, creator of VR360.co.za, states as an organization and for private motives, it created the conscious choice to not get directly involved with the porn business.

Based on a Piper Jaffray study that tackles grownup enjoyment, shows that Porn would be the 3rd driver of all VR content, behind games and pictures, and the VR company that is porn will develop into a $1 billion sector by 2020.

The connection between VR and grownup movie will be mutually advantageous for the leading gamers – with pornography strengthening the sales and use of headsets, and subscriptions providing the porn business a much wanted new revenue stream, states Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.

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“It could revolutionize a business that is stagnant for a long time,” he notes.

Ferreira claims: “I do not think someone purchasing VR headsets is heading to declare purchasing a VR headset for seeing porn, but I guess we’ve sold 100s of headsets to individuals whom have uncovered the headsets to VR porn. We’ve envisaged a long time before VR porn became warm that it is going to be among the huge markets for virtual reality, 360-diploma movie and VR headsets.
“We have now been in meetings with a leading South African marketing company where, to the shame of some, this issue of VR porn surfaced.”

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