I have always wondered what it would be like to be immersed in a virtual world. The possibilities for the world’s design, its purpose, and even the way an individual presents themselves are endless. I dare say that many people would jump at a chance to dive into an immersive virtual world. Those looking for escape, entertainment, and even a casual social encounter would find a virtual space inviting. Could Oculus Rift be a step in that direction?
About Chris Hansen
Chris Hansen is an SEO writer for fishbat, an online marketing firm located in Bohemia, NY
William Golding’s novel the Lord of the Flies depicts a scenario in which children are left to survive and govern themselves on an uninhabited island without any adults. As the story unfolds the themes such as the loss of innocence and civilization vs. savagery become apparent. A recent incident provides a sobering reminder that real life incidents can mirror Golding’s novel.
The Zombie Apocalypse is a topic that is near and dear to my heart. My friends and I have talked about how we would organize our resources, where we would hold up, and what the best skills and equipment would suit the job for survival. Do I really think it will happen? Not really, but its fun to wonder how things would pan out.