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What's the Big Deal About the Totem Headset?

Vrvana's Totem features full 1080p resolution and can connect to many platforms.   (Source: Vrvana)
Vrvana’s Totem features full 1080p resolution and can connect to many platforms.
(Source: Vrvana)

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William K.
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Re: Virtual reality
William K.   10/8/2014 11:27:14 PM
I imagine that these are all quite expensive toys. And of course they will be obsolete in six months at most. I suppose there are some real benefts but it certainly looks like a means of escaping act5ual reality for a very fake kind of wannabe reality.

Elizabeth M
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Virtual reality
Elizabeth M   10/8/2014 7:08:43 AM
Well, I wasn't aware of this trend but now I am. Thanks for the story and for giving us a bit of the low down on the competitive headsets out there. I'm not sure this is something I would ever be into, but I'm sure gadget geeks are frothing to get their hands on these babies.

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