The VR porn sphere we know can generally be dissected into two part – that surrounding VR tech, more specifically VR headsets and the second one being VR porn content. As a result, most of the news covered is surrounding these two aspects of VR porn. However, there is another equally integral aspect, without which VR porn itself wouldn’t be possible – VR camera rig. VRBangers started work with a new VR camera rig a few months back and it should be making all kinds of waves in VRBangers porn.

What So Interesting About VRBangers Porn Camera Rig?

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The early instalments of VRBanger’s camera rig comprised of the head of a mannequin with cameras fitted in place of the eyes. Typically, the male performer would have to extend their neck back so that the mannequin head can be properly placed for a POV angle. This camera alignment plays a vital role in helping viewers imagine themselves in place of the male performer.

VRBangers porn is based on how well the viewers are able to immerse themselves in the content. This is based on how well the female performer interacts with the camera (i.e. the mannequin head), the sex content, visual resolution and overall production quality (background, camera alignment etc).

But for performers to continuously extend themselves physically while putting on a performance for the viewer is difficult. Those who have seen a VR porn shoot say that it is nothing like shooting a 2D porn. It’s far more technical and physically exerting for the male and female performers. The male performers have to lay as still as possible, even going to the extent of breathing very slowly. This is to ensure that there is minimal camera vibration. Similarly, the female performers need to make love to a camera or a mannequin head and carry out all the positions themselves.

What Are The New VRBangers Porn Camera Rig Specs?

In order to provide better VRBangers porn, the company is revolutionising the VR camera rig. They have built a VR camera headset to capture 300-degree content with the help of seven cameras’ The camera are fitted inside the headset and can shoot unto 8K resolution videos. There are two binaural microphones built inside the headset as well as a camera stabilisation system to minimise shake.

The headset has been 3D printed and is used as a prototype currently. There have been content recorded using this headset but it is yet to hit the mainstream. VRBangers mention that the biggest USP for the product is that the screens inside the helmet can stream the footage real-time to the performer wearing it in ‘real-time’.

This means the performer gets to see exactly how the scene is turning out to be and can improvise on the go. VR Bangers marketing director Igor Zhivago said, ”As VR is becoming more commonplace, it is very much a competitive field with a few main players. So far we are choosing to maintain our competitive edge and using these rigs for our productions exclusively.”

The headset will also be released commercially to other studios and there are plans to market it accordingly.