We’ve Been Wrong About What Makes for Great VR

One of the many future innovations that the tech world has been obsessed with for years is virtual reality. But the slow adoption rates for systems like the Oculus Rift and the Vive have put a damper on much of that interest. Peter Rojas argues that the problem is we’re thinking the wrong way about it. He argues that instead of trying to port over current generation experiences, new VR content will do best if it's highly concentrated and highly immersive.

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