VR is a polarizing technology in its current iteration. On the one hand, for some people it’s an uncomfortable, discombobulating experience. But, on the other, for those of us who thrill in the abyss it’s the closest we can get to living inside our dreams. If you’ve played the gorgeous little puzzle game Gnog or watched the BBC’s “Home,” A VR space-walk, you know what I’m talking about. These are experiences that are impossible for the vast majority of humans to experience any other way (LSD comes to mind, but that’s a different article entirely). VR, when done right, reveals…

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