âOn Wednesday afternoons we have normal kids helping beginners by monitoring their progress on the screen. Even though the headset feels like it’s a bit trapped in its own world, it’s actually a very social activity. Working in the multimedia department, Melissa Hernandez loves watching children explore a myriad of universes, wearing the Oculus Vive headset acquired by the media library.
On the first floor of the building, near the Nintendo Switch console and a selection of Halloween games, a computer gamer invites you to take a walk from his chair. Once the VR headset on your head and the controllers within reach, all you have to do is choose from the dozens of playable titles in the media library.
You can choose to explore the depths of the ocean at The Blue, visit a Dali painting as if you were there (literally), or even help your little mouse overcome the jungle obstacles in Moss, each puzzle of which will take you there. will help to face a comfortable table. Once immersed in the program, the field of vision is totally immersed in the scene, the sylvan atmosphere is enhanced by the music and sounds of the forest with many details. Don’t forget to turn your head so you don’t miss any clues that will help you solve the puzzles!
Chauvet cave as if you were there
Less playful, but more meditative, the virtual tour of the Chauvet cave installs the viewer in a reconstruction of a cave with rock drawings, the details of which can be illuminated by shaking the joystick, which becomes a torch in the game, after having witnessed a scene from everyday life in a prehistoric men’s camp.
Also in the list: Tiltbrush, a program for drawing around you in 3D, Adventure Climb, a little climbing game very popular with children, or Luna, a puzzle game with a nice atmosphere like Cuttersâ¦ Change of scenery guaranteed, from which one came out with the cute hibernation that he knows well The Dark Room Lovers after a good movie. To try the headset, just call or send an email to the media library to reserve a time slot, it’s free.