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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/20/2016 9:21:11 AM
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Re: VR For TV
@srufolo1 - That's actually a really valid point, not all shows are going to be conducive to VR. In fact, I can only really think of a few that might be able to pull it off. Typical comedies really wouldn't fall in those categories. Though a show like Criminal Minds, or CSI might be really cool in VR. At least the possibility would be there - much more so than the Big Bang Theory that is. The more shows you start to think wouldn't be conducive to VR makes you wonder if it would be a worthwhile investment at all. 

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dlr5288
dlr5288
12/30/2016 2:00:03 PM
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Re: Virtual Reality for TV
Yes! The movie theatre idea sounds amazing. I think it's going to be cool to see where exactly this leads.

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faryl
faryl
12/30/2016 4:21:16 PM
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Re: VR For TV
Lol! You can go on a ride-along!

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srufolo1
srufolo1
12/30/2016 5:22:11 PM
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Re: VR For TV
@faryl I take it back. "Car 54, Where are You?" could be pretty cool in VR. Also, getting sucked into "I Dream of Jeannie's" bottle could be a real trip. Just like anything else, no telling how vast of an impact something will have. It could go over very well. Who knows? Maybe TVs will be designed especially for it so that headsets will not be necessary.

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