HoloFilm Productions' HoloGirlsVR Holds 3rd All-Star Porn Shoot
VANCOUVER — Leading developer of content solutions and adult virtual reality (VR) technology HoloFilm Productions, is bolstering its library of erotic content for its new adult site, HoloGirlsVR.com — with its third all-star porn shoot bringing together top performers from within the industry.
The stars include Joanna Angel, Anikka Albrite, Riley Reid, Dani Daniels, Melissa Moore, Jody Taylor, Lea Lexis, Aubrey Gold, Karmen Karma, Yhivi, AJ Applegate, Romi Rain, Dana Vespoli, Anna DeVille, Valentina Nappi, Cherie DeVille, Lily Lane, Nina Elle, Sarah Jessie, Leigh Raven, Nikki Hearts, Axis Evol, Harlow Harrison, Raven Bay, Katrina Jade, Nadia Styles, Daisy Ducati and Charlotte Sartre.
This group of all-stars will participate in a five-day shoot alongside male stars Manuel Ferrara, Prince Yashua, Tommy Pistol, Jon Jon, Jean Val Jean, Charles Dera, Mick Blue, Small Hands and Jesse Jones.
“HoloGirlsVR is ushering in the most sophisticated era of porn yet,” says Brian Shuster, founder of Holofilm Productions and CEO of VR adult community Red Light Center. “Although it is very early in the timeline for virtual reality products, the erotic experiences that we’re capturing and delivering to consumers is unlike any porn content they’ve ever seen. We’re far ahead of any other production company in terms of the kinds of experiences and scenes were shooting and the caliber of performers that we’re capturing.”
Shuster says the result of this effort is plain to see, with HoloGirlsVR being the only company — adult or otherwise — that is capturing VR scenes with the proprietary NoSick™ technololgy that prevents viewers from becoming nauseous from the VR experience. The scenes are fully immersive and shot in a variety of formats ranging from 220-degrees to 360-degrees.
“We think about each scene and how we want the viewer to participate,” Shuster explains. “That means the cameras and the performers are all situated in a way that will allow the scene to be watched in a comfortable position — with no need for the viewer to have to crane or strain to see what’s happening.”
“That’s one of the key things that’s been lacking in VR porn to date — consideration for the comfort of the person who’s ultimately going to be experiencing the scene,” Shuster adds. “That’s important if you want people to enjoy these amazing erotic experiences every day.”