A high bar of entry is pretty normal for PC virtual reality right now, but VR Funhouse is aimed at machines with only the latest graphics technology. Specifically, NVIDIA recommends its GeForce GTX 1080, though users with a GTX 980 Ti, Titan X, 1060 or 1070 should be able to run the game on low-quality settings. That’s a lot to ask for a carnival game. That said, VR Funhouse is less important as a game as it is a platform to show developers what NVIDIA’s Gameworks technologies can add to the VR experience — which is why the title will be open sourced later this summer. Either way, if your PC has the specs, fell free to check out NVIDIA’s carnival. VR Funhouse launches later today on Steam.