Some of the more open minded cities of Europe are bringing about the newest technology, virtual reality, to their people and it is in the form of pornography in hotels according to insiders. Andy Alvarez, the leader of VR3000, has been in the online porn industry a long time and has heard talks that were about bringing virtual reality pornography to hotels all over Europe.
The VR3000 company is all about 3D pornographic movie distribution. It is Alvarez’s belief that Europe is way ahead of the United States concerning attitude towards sex and maturity. He also said that thanks to portable devices with access to internet, hotels are suffering when it comes to pay per view and in room pornography video purchases. Alvarez believes that every male guest will want to watch a porno flick in virtual reality at least once. The technology will be able to be used by anyone of age, however, and for more than just adult entertainment films.
Virtual reality has a lot to offer for lonely hotel guests and there are already some companies offering hotel guests naughty entertainment although we will not be naming them. Virtual reality technology provides an experience so immersive and life like that some people have even compared it to cheating on a significant other.
This amazing and new technology lets the user strap a headset onto their head and be transported to a whole new world full of hotties ready and willing to do the user’s bidding and fulfill their wildest desires. Users of virtual reality are able to experience something that not many people get the opportunity to experience in reality. They are able to explore their own sexuality and fantasies without the possible real life risks such as sexually transmitted diseases and humiliation.
It has been claimed that Alvarez has also spoken to a few different American hotel chains but he believes that virtual reality pornographic movies are going to appear in Europe first because they have such a liberal outlook towards all things sexual. Hotels that embrace this new technology will be ahead of the competition and have something special to offer their guests that won’t be offered elsewhere. It is likely that this will be implemented into hotels in Europe very soon and then possibly in the United States, in the future.
It is believed that 10 years from now every hotel in both Europe and the United States will offer virtual technology viewing and have headsets that stay in the rooms permanently. Then when a guest checks in, they will likely get a password for their smartphone so that they can access a virtual reality channel.
People will be able to use their own headsets rather than renting one as the thought of a man using a headset to watch pornography may be off-putting for some people. Also this allows people to have cheaper options such as the Google Cardboard headset which will let more people get the experience without having to spend too awfully much.