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Virtual Reality Porn in Hotels

Could virtual reality porn be coming to a hotel near you soon? For so long the hotel industry depended on businessmen and frequent travelers to purchase movies from their pay per view arsenal to generate extra revenue. Those days have long past since most guests have some type of technology to keep them busy without having to pay extra. Wifi is free in majority of hotels and unlimited data plans on phones allow guests to watch movies and videos for free. The emergence of virtual reality has sparked the resurgence of video game arcades. Is virtual reality going to do the same for the profitable side cash for hotels around the world.

Andy Alvarez the owner of VR3000 one of the many virtual reality porn studios has stated that he is in talks with bringing the virtual reality porn technology to hotels in the European Union. “The EU has always been light years ahead of the US in terms of a more mature and progressive attitude towards sex,” Alvarez said.

Over the last few years the emergence of virtual reality headsets have grown exponentially. The market that seems to be growing the fastest is the virtual reality porn segment. When searching for things to do with your virtual reality headset you will at some point come to a porn site seeing as how there are at least 10 new virtual reality porn studios putting out new videos to keep the customers happy. If the hotel industry just taps into a small section of this market the income stream would be phenomenal.

The Sun Online, a UK based newspaper, has seen correspondence which shows Alvarez and his associates at other adult companies have begun talks with a firm that provides content to 6,000 hotels across Europe, with the virtual reality porn scheme expected to begin in the autumn. If this true people in EU will be able to watch the next level of porn the next time they are staying at a hotel in the European Union.

This company, which the Sun Online have decided not to name, already offers lonely travellers the chance to watch very naughty “adult content” while staying in hotels.

Alvarez also claimed to be in discussions with three American hotel chains, but said Europe’s famously liberal attitude to matters of the flesh meant that the VR sex flicks were most likely to appear on the continent first.

Granted virtual reality still seems like a fad to a lot of people and really hasn’t come fully mainstream, hotels that do choose to embrace this new form of virtual reality porn will seem to be light years ahead of other companies.

So far these talks about bringing vr porn into hotels seem to just that, talks, but keep looking around and see what Autumn brings. We might just have the jumpstart we need to make people truly believe that virtual reality is a real artform with staying power.

 

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