VR headsets are becoming commonplace, so the VR Sensory Immersion Generator is designed to offer users the ability to really feel immersed in their surroundings. The device works by being operated by a friend to shoot water, create smoke and even shoot projectiles at the person with the VR headset on.
An elaborate design that offers enhanced experiences, the device is the creation of ThinkGeek as an April Fool's Day joke. Despite the joke nature of the VR Sensory Immersion Generator, the product actually holds merit for packing serious potential for VR users. Being that 3D experiences are becoming commonplace, the addition of a fourth dimension (4D) with physical experiences is likely not too far off in the future of entertainment.