Watch: PornHub Launches New Channel Dedicated to VR Porn

It was inevitable. If history has shown us anything, it's that it repeats itself. Some of the earliest websites on the internet were porn sites. Some of the first apps submitted (and later rejected by Apple) in the app store were porn apps. Whenever there's a new way to distribute content, the porn industry is Johnny-on-the-Spot as the first ones to monetize it.

And where the porn industry goes, the weed industry tends to follow. The two go hand in hand, so we can't help wondering what the experience will be like for stoners who truly lose themselves in the virtual experience.

Virtual Reality's first go-round in the early '90s was, for the lack of a better word, premature. Computers weren't fast enough or cheap enough to render virtual environments in real time. Especially when it came to rendering human skin. It wasn't for a lack of trying.

There were attempts to make virtual porn back then, but it didn't catch on. We're talking about a time in history five years ahead of when Toy Story came out. Remember how human skin looked back then? And that was with Steve Jobs' PIXAR animating the characters.

Now virtual reality is living up to what we all thought it was going to be back then. Facebook's acquisition of Occulus might have seemed like a head scratcher, but now everyone, including the porn industry are ready to cash in.