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You know what it’s like, right? You’re on your way to lunch with Suzie, and you want to let her know you’re running late. Bixby will allow you to take a screenshot of the map showing your location and send it to her. Because this happens every day, right? Pardon me for being a little salty here, but no, this doesn’t happen every day. In fact, it happens rarely. If I’m having lunch with someone, I get there on time. If I’m running late, I don’t send her a screenshot of a map showing my location.
Virtual Reality is one of those concepts that not a lot of people really “get.” The main reason for that is because it’s not very accessible to the average person; and what is accessible, up until now, has generally sucked. VR headsets fall into three categories:Headsets powered by your phone. It’s basically a frame with some lenses. Headsets powered by gaming computers that are capable of pushing ultra-high graphics at ultra-high resolution for an ultra-high price Everything in between.