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A QQ game that simulates a terraforming process in the sky is a virtual reality game that could be played by people with epilepsy.QQ is a mobile game developed by a Queensland based company called Skyworks, which is owned by a private equity company called SABMiller Capital Partners.
It uses the Oculus Rift headset, and has a price tag of $20, which includes access to a special “virtual world” where you can interact with a game that has been created by a team at the University of Queensland.
“What it is is you play in the virtual world and then you are able to actually walk in the real world, you can actually go around the world,” QQ founder and CEO Tim Bajarin told 7.30.
The QQ is created by scientists from the University, the Queensland University of Technology and the University’s Centre for Space.
Professor Bajartin said that a few hours of play with a QX4 VR headset could lead to a “really intense experience”.
“If you’re like me, you’ll probably have the same experience,” he said.
“I think for the most part, most people are going to have a pretty good experience in the VR environment.”
But what exactly does a QI terraformation process look like?
Professor Bijartin has created a video showing how the game is set up.
You can view the video on QQ’s Facebook page.
Professor Clements said that the virtual environment was created for people with severe epilepsy, but he said that people with milder epilepsy would be able to use the simulator to have fun in a safe environment.
“We’ve got a lot of people who have epilepsy and they can enjoy a little bit of a game and go about their day,” he explained.
“It’s really just a very gentle simulator, but it’s not something that’s going to cause any harm.”
The video of the virtual game has been viewed more than 13 million times.
“In QQ, you get a really intense sense of immersion, a feeling that the world around you is a living thing,” Professor Clements explained.
He said that because the simulator is very simple, it can be used by people who may not be able access the virtual reality.
“You’re actually getting the feel of a real space in the air that’s a bit more like the real thing than the virtual,” Professor Bijarts said.
Professor Hilde Bratt, a researcher at the Queensland Brain Institute at the university, has created the QQ Virtual Reality Simulator.
She told 7:30 that virtual reality could potentially help people who are suffering from epilepsy.
“When you think about it in terms of what we’re trying to do, the experience is like sitting in a movie theater, where you see a big movie screen, it’s all around you, but you’re not really able to see it,” she said.
The simulator is available to download for $1, but there are no plans to expand it further.
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