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Submitted by Prcko 611d ago | news

"In a few years we'll be able to get Matrix level virtual reality"

Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset that's taken the world by storm, is working towards supporting Android platforms, and while there's no real word on whether it'll be compatible with consoles by the time of its projected release towards the end of next year it remains a possibility - and the future for virtual reality technology could soon take us to startling places. (Oculus Rift, PC)

Wigriff  +   611d ago
Er... no, we won't. Matrix level VR would require tapping into the CNS in order to be able to simulate sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste. Matrix VR also doesn't require you to have something strapped to your face, just jacked into your head to control CNS and endocrine function.
wallis  +   611d ago
On the ball there - there's the little part where the brain and consciousness need to be understood first before we start manipulating either with a USB slot in the back of our necks. Congratulations to them on the cool glasses and everything but this is a level of zeal which just makes him look like a fool.
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