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Anyway, I'm glad AMD is in the VR mix too, but I won't be investing in VR gear anytime soon. I don't think I'll be interested enough until I start seeing original open source VR alternative apps/games. Reddit/Vive, reports Github is hosting SteamVR-for-Linux and there are also reports that Steam beta and SteamVR beta are up and running on Linux Mint, as of 4 months ago.
Its a VR arcade. You can also switch it to watch movies in different formats as well as other things.
VR is still a way aways from being super fun but boy that looks like a lot of fun to do though.
I am imagining VR for the VR experience and got a good laugh. Thanks! I do think that once the hardware price comes down and more people can afford it, the better the whole experience will be for everyone.