>The most ridiculous example of VR-exploitation I've seen so far is the
>"Virtual Reality Clothing Company" which recently opened up in Vancouver. As
>far as I can tell it's just another "chic" clothes spot. Although it would be
>interesting if they were selling "virtual clothing"....
>E-mail me if you want me to dig up their phone # and you can probably get
>some promotional lit.
I understand there have been a couple of raves in LA billing themselves as
"Virtual Reality" parties. What I hear they do is project .GIF images around
on the walls, as well as run animations through a Newtek Toaster.
Seems like we need to adopt the term Really Virtual Reality or something, except
for the non-immersive stuff which is Virtually Really Virtual Reality.
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