VR Headsets Explained

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+3 1. huldu commented 7 years ago

They seems so cumbersome in a bad way. It just feels like the technology just isn't there yet, but it isn't too far off. I remember they had these things back in the mid 90's for playing games like Doom. They were quite fun and worked but they were big, just like these and very expensive if I recall.

As stated in the video the computer needs to be a bit beefy so that's another cost to the already expensive goggles.
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+1 2. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Interesting concepts I'm still trying to wrap my head around to.