Feb 10, 2016 by Iain Thomson

“In 1994 this hack had his first taste of virtual reality, shooting pterodactyls in a blocky polygon world, and was assured by the vendor that 1995 would be the year VR really took off.

The same thing was promised for 2000, 2004, 2010, and again for 2014 when Oculus burst onto the scene. Now some are proclaiming it’ll be 2016, and at the Goldman Sachs technology and internet conference in San Francisco several companies have been explaining why…”

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