What is real about any reality? Ask yourself that and maybe you'll get the answer.
by MountainManJake 5 years ago
When will virtual reality be common?How far away do you think we are?
by Emile R 4 years ago
It has occurred to me (as, I'm sure to thousands of others throughout the generations) that our search for the spiritual is somewhat pointless and an exercise in futility.If there is a part of us that transcends this reality, a part of us that is eternal; then it stands to reason that this part of...
by Chad Thiele 23 months ago
Have you tried any of the virtual reality (VR) goggles? If so, what do you think?
by Andrew Stewart 6 years ago
Whatever happened to Virtual Reality as Entertainment for the future?In the early 1990's it seemed that Virtual Reality would be in every home as a way to escape your regular life. Is the technology an epic failure or is some of it's features alive and well in Xbox Connect and other arcade machines?
by Jessie Watson 10 days ago
Concepts, constructs, conflations, construals, axioms, ideas, beliefs, schemes, language, words, terms, descriptions, definitions, nomenclature, nomology, function, and symbols are all mental representations of the world. We use them to generate theories that ultimately structure the way in which...
by Jason Benedict 5 years ago
Now that the Oculus Rift has gone HD, is it time to push Virtual Reality gaming forward?
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