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What is Virt-A-Mate (VaM for short)?
Virt-A-Mate is an adults-only virtual reality sex simulator and sandbox. The goal of this project was to make realistic characters using a combination of realistic joint physics, soft body physics, skin-accurate collisions, and advanced rendering techniques. The characters can come alive by capturing and storing motion capture from off-the-shelf VR controllers like the Vive controllers or Oculus Touch controllers. The characters can react to your movements or objects you control in a realistic manner.
Virt-A-Mate in it’s current state is meant as a creative tool for making adult content, but plenty of ready-to-use content is available from the in-game VaM Hub or from our Discord. Discord: https://discord.gg/cyH8Bsf4DF
Virt-A-Mate also includes a desktop mode for those without VR and also for making it easier to make some content. A lot of users use desktop mode to create a significant portion of a scene and then use VR mode to experience their creation.
IMPORTANT! Requirements for running Virt-A-Mate (VaM)
VaM requires a Windows PC (Windows 10 recommended) with a DirectX11 compatible video card to run.
VaM does not run on MacOS, and does not run natively on Oculus Quest. Oculus Quest can work if used with Oculus Link cable and system.
VaM was built for VR, but can also run in a desktop mode. VaM has steep PC requirements due to nature of extensive body physics system and simulated hair and clothing systems. Recommended: Intel i7-7XXX series or higher (3.6 Ghz or higher), Nvidia 1080Ti GPU or higher, 16GB RAM or higher. VaM favors high single-thread CPU performance for overall framerate, but does utilize all CPU cores to an extent. In many cases today, this favors Intel CPUs. VaM hair and cloth simulation also tend to run better on Nvidia GPUs at this time due to how they seem to handle computer shaders more efficiently.
Featured/thumbnail image by VaM content creator Maou
Trailer music by Ronnie Runnit