1. MilesSawyer's Avatar
    First of all, let me express my awe with this website. I had seen one or two of its news before, but I wasn't aware there was so much info. And the forum is filled with knowledgeable people wanting to learn.

    In the recent months the VR for consumer industry has seen a lot of improvements, but they are only noticed by the few select people that can have their own high-end HMD. VR Arcades are a gateway to new consumers wanting to get more information, and for https://testmyspeed.onl/ https://essaywriter.fun/ developers and manufacturers another way to get to them.

    VR demos are nothing new. A lot of people like me have put themselves in the line of fire and give public demos. Many of them charging fo the experiences. But quickly a question comes into mind. Is it legal for people who buy an Oculus Rift of HTC Vive with their respective games to charge people for VR demonstrarions(?). Or do you think the Oculus and the HTC vive team would would actually like to contribute to the idea.

    What are your thoughts? I am really interested in knowing them.

    My best wishes to you all,
    Last edited by MilesSawyer; 08-06-2020 at 04:06 AM.
    08-01-2020 07:50 AM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    Legality will probably vary, based on your local laws. For example you MIGHT need a business license. I'm also not sure if any copyright is being violated during a demo, BUT I suspect not. It's a good question.
    08-01-2020 11:46 PM

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