The explosive popularity of the Oculus Rift headset has launched a revolution for virtual reality, promising to make it more immersive than ever
By Niall Firth
I SHOULDN’T have looked down. I’m balancing on a narrow stone beam between two buildings, with a drop either side that plunges into the tree canopy far, far below. The wind howls. My legs feel shaky. The room I’m edging towards is just a tantalising few steps in front of me. Arms outstretched for balance, I’m almost there when I suddenly wobble and fall, head spinning, into the jungle.
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