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Old 1st December 2012, 04:48 AM   #1
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Default Are you interested in VR Goggles?

With the world now awash with tons of choices in VR goggles and total immersion being a decade away or less, whom of us will be tempted to take the plunge and not turn back?

Will you still be using a tube amplifier in your Virtual experience? Will you simply use headphone transducers or will you be still using speakers?

When do you think direct neural interfaces will become a reality?

How will that change the audio scene?

What is the best brand and model out there today?
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