Alex Hern: A Hero Of VR Gaming

Alex HernEver got to play one of the first games in gaming history – Pong? It’s a game where two moving barriers are at opposite ends of the screen and there’s a ball bouncing between them back and forth until one barrier doesn’t catch up to the incoming ball? Sounds like a simple game, huh? Well, back in 1972, it was the pinnacle of digital gaming – it was the closest we had to a sense of what future gaming will be. From then on, we’ve evolved to addicting games to 64-bit games like Mario, Bomberman, Contra and Castlevania to more modern 2-D games like Tekken and Final Fantasy until we evolved into MMORPG or Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games which took us into their world where you create a character and you interact with other people around the world who are playing the game as well. And then we reached motion-sensor gaming – consoles like Wii have this, where you actually have to physically move to play the game and then the sensor catches your movement and reacts in real time! Until we evolved into open world games where the programming is so complex that the game changes depending on how you play the game – isn’t that cool? Now what’s missing is just a device that makes you feel, hear, act and see that you’re actually inside the game itself.

Alex Hern, a tech-savvy genius, has created a way where in we are able to act in the game itself and feel like we are actually in the digital world with his devices in Tsunami XR – he takes us into the complex and amazing world of Virtual Reality gaming wherein he takes you inside the game with his flashy machinery. I bet every millenial who’s experienced having to be patient with slow-paced games before will be more than ecstatic to try out Alex Hern’s newest technology! We have come far from playing pong in our brown boxes! Now we are able to experience to “teleport” ourselves into our favorite games and play them! Imagine VR Gaming into a Pokemon game! Oh the nostalgia!

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