By Kim Kyung-Hoon
Taro Kambe peers into a black headset to check a scene from his first video to make use of virtual reality technology. ‘I have directed hundreds of adult videos, but it was my first virtual reality movie,’ said the Tokyo-based film director. Japan is the world’s second-biggest virtual reality market after the US and the adult entertainment industry and gaming sector are turning to VR as a new way to distribute content. Virtual romantic liaisons for men and women were on display this week at the Tokyo Game Show, including one of a mock wedding. Voltage, a developer which creates gaming apps aimed at women, showed its virtual reality game, Wedding VR, in which players don a headset and tie the knot with an animated male character.