Virtual reality has hit the ground running with the number of new devices and games released for it in the past year. Daniel Diallo, formerly a game designer, wants to take VR elsewhere: adult entertainment. He’s developing a new VR application for the strip club, Gold Club, in San Francisco.
Diallo wants to bring the immersive experience of being at a strip club into the privacy of a member’s home. Viewers with the VR application can watch taped footage of the dancers in a computer-generated replica of the Gold Club.
Diallo used 360-degree cameras for the computers to generate every corner of the club, allowing audience members to freely look around. Those watching a woman dance can purchase a variety of routines and tip them, similar to being in a real strip club.
The Gold Club VR application will have a soft launch in November 2017.