If you’re new to VR, or you’re not a gamer, the next step is probably to go back to your old desktop.
While that might not be as immersive as a traditional VR experience, it can be a lot more convenient and, for some, it might even be fun.
But in this case, you’ll need a VR headset and a VR mouse.
And the first place you’ll want to start is with a new home.
The first VR home to launch is The Verge’s “Lifestyle Viewer,” which aims to be a way to find and share your most personal and favorite places in VR.
It’ll let you “tweak” your home in VR with the click of a button.
To get started, you can pick your favorite rooms and then “switch” your house to a new mode by tapping on a room in the VR viewer.
Once you’re in a room, you should start seeing the different types of experiences and content that are available to you.
If you don’t know where to start, you don.
“When you’re trying to explore your space, you have to go into a VR environment, and you have this big green circle where you can see all the stuff that you want,” said David Zabrocki, head of product at The Verge.
“The more VR you get, the more you discover.”
This is a basic mode, which will only show you the content available in the viewer.
When you go back into the “lifestyle” view, you’re back in the same room and you can switch between all the VR modes.
This is where it gets really cool.
You can create your own VR scenes and you’ll be able to play them with others who are using the viewer with your VR headset.
This will be the first time that VR has made this kind of functionality available to non-VR viewers.
Zabrocka said the viewer’s new “L” mode will be in the first version, which is currently in alpha.
It’s still early in the process, but Zabros is confident that it’ll be ready for launch within the next month.
“There’s a lot of potential here,” he said.
“We’re definitely going to get to see a lot in the next few months.”
If you’re on the fence about going VR, the Verge Viewer can give you the most immersive experiences you can get in a VR setup.
The only catch is that it’s not ready for mass use yet, but that’s no problem.
Zablonsi said the new viewer was built specifically for VR, and that the developer’s goal is to make it the best VR viewer available.
It was also designed with an eye toward accessibility.
“We wanted to make sure that it was a way for people who are disabled, for people with visual impairments, and for people that can’t interact with VR,” Zablonsin said.
The viewer doesn’t offer a VR-specific keyboard or mouse, which makes it a little easier for people to get started in VR, but it’s still missing some of the more popular VR features like gesture controls and third-party support for controllers.
For those who aren’t interested in the technology, The Verge Viewers main features are:A new VR-friendly “L”, a “L+”, a new VR mode for “L,” and a “S” mode for each room.
Zabalros said that The Verge is also working on an “A+” mode that will give people more options to get into VR.
This mode will have a more standard look, but will still let you toggle between a lot “normal” and “high-end” VR content.
Zabsz says that there’s also a “A” mode which will be used by those who are very new to the technology and want to learn how to use it.
There are also some options to show your own content, which are also designed to be accessible to people with disabilities.
For now, The Viewer is just a beta version, but this could be the beginning of a much wider VR experience.
“There are tons of different ways people are going to have to get their feet wet,” Zabron told The Verge, “so we’re not trying to be the only VR viewer.”