Dynadot
NameSilo

VRdommy

Top Contributor
Impact
6,056
Last edited:

VRdommy

Top Contributor
Impact
6,056
While the DNJ's last list had quite a few 'Meta' names... this week...
MetaAvatars.net $43,700

VirtualAssets.com $26,000
hyper-reality.com $6,325

While it will take some time to tell for sure, all the larger sales we have seen the last few months seem to be investor plays. Investors actually do not have a good batting avg. The few who do make all the headlines.
And the above may be a good thing, I would like to see some end-use plays to tell me this has raw strength.
To early ? Covid has changed all the timelines for the good and the bad.
 

Elad n

Top Contributor
Impact
15,184
While the DNJ's last list had quite a few 'Meta' names... this week...
MetaAvatars.net $43,700

VirtualAssets.com $26,000
hyper-reality.com $6,325

While it will take some time to tell for sure, all the larger sales we have seen the last few months seem to be investor plays. Investors actually do not have a good batting avg. The few who do make all the headlines.
And the above may be a good thing, I would like to see some end-use plays to tell me this has raw strength.
To early ? Covid has changed all the timelines for the good and the bad.

Seems its starting.

A very long road but its starting.
 
Impact
2,558

I watched the HTC live reveal of the Vive Flow. Seems pretty underwhelming and hard to see it selling a lot of units. I get that it's lightweight and portable, but at $500 and with very inferior screens, I don't know why anyone would choose it just to watch media on it. Most importantly, it can't play anywhere near the resolution of the lastet VR smut videos (7 or 8K), so I doubt if many will purchase it just to watch smut. I was hoping they would at least release something that might give Oculus a little competition.
 

VRdommy

Top Contributor
Impact
6,056
I watched the HTC live reveal of the Vive Flow. Seems pretty underwhelming and hard to see it selling a lot of units. I get that it's lightweight and portable, but at $500 and with very inferior screens, I don't know why anyone would choose it just to watch media on it. Most importantly, it can't play anywhere near the resolution of the lastet VR smut videos (7 or 8K), so I doubt if many will purchase it just to watch smut. I was hoping they would at least release something that might give Oculus a little competition.
I suspect the street price will be $100 less. I am waiting to see the acceptance by the public and much of that hinges on content availability from launch through next year. Surely they have their ducks lined up ?
But I had figured there would be some 'cheap' video only media only devices in the early game
3dCinemaGlasses
vrCinemaGlasses
vrCinemaGoggles
3dVirtualCinema
4dVirtualCinema
 

Elad n

Top Contributor
Impact
15,184
I suspect the street price will be $100 less. I am waiting to see the acceptance by the public and much of that hinges on content availability from launch through next year. Surely they have their ducks lined up ?
But I had figured there would be some 'cheap' video only media only devices in the early game
3dCinemaGlasses
vrCinemaGlasses
vrCinemaGoggles
3dVirtualCinema
4dVirtualCinema

ImmersiveGlasses
 

VRdommy

Top Contributor
Impact
6,056
ImmersiveGlasses
It is a specialized segment.
Unless there gets to be a whole lot of competition in the hardware market (that I don't see), I figure my names listed above would be lucky in the low end of 4 figures. Things could change, but I'm covered.
Hardware names never have much volume for retail sector. Few co's making, and distributed by just a few co's. When you have 18+ co's in the same market, that changes. This looks like a 6-9 player game at this point... 12?
I have time to wait and see and I did not overplay it. But I do think 3d/vr movies are going to be big.
Many folks that do not game will find value, but including those that do game. Much wider audience.
 
Top