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After years of research and imagining the innumerable possibilities, virtual reality is just now becoming a real possibility for video games.
Jonmichael Seibert, second-year graduate student, is researching a prototype model of Oculus Rift, a 3-D virtual reality headset.
For freshman guys living on campus, dorm life is all fun and games, especially the gaming part.
Men in their first year at Baylor are thrust into the sometimes quiet, lonely or silly dorm life. Knowing only a few other residents, if any, upon move-in day, scores of men stumble upon new friends and a sense of community through a popular common interest: video games.
Students from the fourth floor of Penland Residence Hall, also known as the McLane House, hosted a video game tournament involving nearly 50 students from all over campus on Friday night. The video game of choice for this tournament was Nintendo Wii’s “Super Smash Bros. Brawl.”
“Everybody loves Smash Bros., and I thought it would be a great way to get the everybody together and bonding with each other,” said Hood River, Ore., senior Elijah Maletz and the tournament’s organizer.