VR is not a new TV

Setting Up a Virtual-Reality Playroom? Avoid These Pitfalls

My first few minutes playing the quirky virtual-reality game “Job Simulator” went by entirely without incident. I’d already strapped on a VR headset that obliterated the real world from view and made me feel as though I was standing in a kitchen of the future. Using the VR controllers I held in each hand, I could reach out to open the virtual refrigerator door, take out a steak and sear it on the virtual stove. I’ve totally got this, I thought. But then two eggs started rolling away. As I lunged forward to catch them, I attempted to lean on the “counter,” which unfortunately didn’t exist. I ended up falling forward and hitting my head on the very real wall in the non-virtual room. ….[READ]

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