Forget online dating, Virtual Reality Dating is the new thing


With the likes of Match, Tinder, and the various dating sites out there, dating is big business. But why go through all the hassle of contacting a girl online, emailing a bunch times, and then meeting him/her only to find they are 40lbs and ten years older than their pictures? Why not try Virtual Reality dating?
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How VR is transforming the sports industry


Sports is one of the domains where technology is being put to use in the most efficient and aggressive way. We’ve already become used to the presence of augmented reality (AR) in sports. Think about watching football without the projected first-down line or hockey without puck tracking.
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MSI VR One Backpack Lets You Walk Around Untethered.


Anyone who owns an HTC Vive or has tried one in a store will have experienced the problem with a very long cable stretching from your Head Mounted Display (HMD) to the computer. You may trip on it, get it wrapped around you and at best you are always conscious of it. Until wireless HDMI and lightweight batteries can solve this problem, MSI suggests instead you just carry your entire computer on your back. Why not?
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PS4 Pro - VRs Best Hope for Mainstream VR?


PCs are expensive, especially if you wish to run VR. Lowest price you can expect to pay is $699 for a "good enough" PC
Most recently, Sony revealed it had sold an impressive 35.9 million PS4's. Which means over 35 million people are ready to play VR once PSVR is released.
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