The other day, Gizmodo ran a story to the effect that VR could be perceived as a fad based on how StarVR performed relative to the other solutions in the market. There is merit to their concerns because the HMD is experimental compared to the more polished options. However, there is a much deeper story here that speaks to the hopeful future of these new options, and that story is about the people making it happen.
Let's get Monday launched with a really cool story! Check out our interview with FOVE where they talk about the feasibility of having foveated rendering by the time the product launches. While it's not a firm commitment, it's on the roadmap and is considered very possible at this time.
We're heading back to home base with much more to share from E3 Expo. To end the week off, I'm going to settle the debate on what was the best virtual reality experience I saw at E3 this year. It's not exactly fair, but who cares.
While in line at this VR exhibit, I was pressured to get to our next appointment on time. I was admittedly getting frustrated as the line slowly grew shorter and shorter. "Was it worth it," I asked myself. "Should I just leave," I asked myself. 30 minutes in, I had reached the point where the opportunity cost of getting out of line was just too high. I'm glad I stuck to it!