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  • Shadowmask72Shadowmask72 Posts: 4,073 Valuable Player
    Don't the critters send out warning pheromones to each other? So once the intruder gets close, the swarm jumps into defense mode. Then they all attack even when the threat is far from the nest. Anyhow, as long as you're not near a nest or wearing aftershave which they think is the scent of a flower, you should be fine playing VR in the garden. At least you have one. If I went out to my park (which is below my window here). I would be more afraid of being mugged whilst blind or disturbed by the resident alcoholics. Perspective guys. At least you have a private garden and the odd wasp sting is minor.


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  • pyroth309pyroth309 Posts: 1,667 Valuable Player
    Don't the critters send out warning pheromones to each other? So once the intruder gets close, the swarm jumps into defense mode. Then they all attack even when the threat is far from the nest. Anyhow, as long as you're not near a nest or wearing aftershave which they think is the scent of a flower, you should be fine playing VR in the garden. At least you have one. If I went out to my park (which is below my window here). I would be more afraid of being mugged whilst blind or disturbed by the resident alcoholics. Perspective guys. At least you have a private garden and the odd wasp sting is minor.
    Yea they usually only care if you get near their nest/hive or feel threatened. Some weirdo with a strange contraption on his head and is swinging his hands around wildly may appear pretty threatening though...
  • CrashFuCrashFu Posts: 1,756 Valuable Player
    edited April 2019
    pyroth309 said:
    Don't the critters send out warning pheromones to each other? So once the intruder gets close, the swarm jumps into defense mode. Then they all attack even when the threat is far from the nest. Anyhow, as long as you're not near a nest or wearing aftershave which they think is the scent of a flower, you should be fine playing VR in the garden. At least you have one. If I went out to my park (which is below my window here). I would be more afraid of being mugged whilst blind or disturbed by the resident alcoholics. Perspective guys. At least you have a private garden and the odd wasp sting is minor.
    Yea they usually only care if you get near their nest/hive or feel threatened. Some weirdo with a strange contraption on his head and is swinging his hands around wildly may appear pretty threatening though...
    Especially if you slam your Touch control directly into said hive.
    :grimace:

    Always remember to set your guardian boundaries before playing, even when you have an Entire-backyard-scale setup. 
    It's hard being the voice of reason when you're surrounded by unreasonable people.
  • KlodsBrikKlodsBrik Posts: 1,201
    Wintermute
    Beat saber - Quest / PC side by side comparison:


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  • pyroth309pyroth309 Posts: 1,667 Valuable Player
    edited April 2019
    KlodsBrik said:
    Beat saber - Quest / PC side by side comparison:


    Yea I expected Beat Saber to look really close. It's not like it's a very graphical game. Interesting to hear that he felt such a difference in the tracking. A lot of other people think it can handle Expert+.
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