A few things I learned about virtual reality after spending way too much time in it

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 10:49 PM

A whole lot. We’re in the center of building a VR testing lab at the TechCrunch office, and I’m trying to iron out as many kinks as possible before said kinks finish up costing me money.

A few things I learned about virtual reality after spending way too much time in it

I’ve spent a lot of time in virtual reality. A whole lot. We’re in the center of building a VR testing lab at the TechCrunch office, and I’m trying to iron out as many kinks as possible before said kinks finish up costing me money. Between the Rift CV1 and the Vive, I’ve spent more time in a VR headset than anyone who isn’t building VR stuff should've at this early point.

I’ve arrive to realize a few things about VR in that time — things that weren’t immediately obvious when I was just pondering how neat VR could be, or during the many sessions I’d had with the early developer headset prototypes.

None of this is meant to create any grand statements about the future of VR. Consider it more of a captain’s log from someone who's spent too many hours with a small box strapped to his face.

Here’s what I’ve noticed:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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