This is probably the most useless response here, but I had to say it - I completely agree with you.
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... hiding FB from a boss? (the first use case shown in the video).
A smartphone is already a much better tool for that
In a blink of an eye (or so it seems) the polls will ask "At 80, a person is
If you don't live in the Middle East and do not depend on supply of rotten dinosaurs in barrels, then it's not so much of a problem for you
Corrected it for you.
Maybe the selection algorithm is nondeterministic or its input includes user's location, history and some other personal shit.
Given the demand, there'll always be supply, one way or another.
And I hope it will not take the form of rape and harassment.
... and see which one works better.
Before you force users looking for alternatives just because someone made a bad decision
I actually think that any religion is crazy, so yes, Muslims too.
... listing all priests in Britain?
EU is not going to shut Google down. What everyone's going to use? Bing?
It is safer to predict that due to the quickly developing VR tech, many more will work from home because it's cheaper, greener, and better utilizes everyone's time.
There will be no reason to meet face to face for work.
Even today it's just the old habits.
This is not an ad. Early VR projects are interesting, and this post (even though it could be used for publicity) belongs here.
That's exactly why it is an ad. They should have mentioned other projects in this area and maybe compare them. Then it would be a lot more interesting.
It's the same 360 but with the added 3D effect (stereo actually).
- Manage inventory of groceries (I hate to discover that there's no milk in the morning with hungry kids and no time for shopping)
- Warn if I forget to lock the door and started moving away it (I hate to go back up just to check I haven't forgotten)
- Turn off ALL lights when I'm going out (hate to scan all the rooms or feel bad if I don't)
There's more, of course.