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Re: Virtual Reality Makes Leaps and Bounds at CES 2015
Posted by psiclone on 2015-01-08 08:40:21
In reply to Peter Suciu
Am I the only one that has absolutely zero desire for 3D TVs and virtual reality? I've been gaming for over 30 years and stay on top of tech and even do 3D modeling for game-ready assets, but I just can't see myself bothering with all of this mess they keep trying to convince us we want. I don't and never will. Sorry to sound negative, but I would rather they concentrate on phones that improve the clarity of calls I make, or TVs that can consolidate the myriad of devices I have (yes, I know they've been trying to do that for years now). Just stop wasting efforts on these toys that I can only imagine a few people really wanting to own.




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Re: Virtual Reality Makes Leaps and Bounds at CES 2015  Peter Suciu  2015-01-08 08:36:38
Re: Virtual Reality Makes Leaps and Bounds at CES 2015  psiclone  2015-01-08 08:40:21
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