I read a thread on reddit where people were playing it on the rift and basically the entire UI, computer terminals etc were unusable. Also those cinematic bits where the game moves your vision around is really disorientating within the rift. Add to that a couple of bugs that require the unit to be recalibrated a couple of time an hour and you have enough reasons to axe it.
Rift support was probably one of those "nice to have" things but meant more work so it was simpler just to drop support.
The big problem with fusion is making it produce more energy than you put in, and most of the science points to it just having to be done on a bigger scale than we have done so so far. Of course building big has it's own issues and considering the paperwork issues just to get ITER started shows the problem many governments have working together on a project of that scale.
Well then, I guess the decision to be uneducated and ignorant will serve them well <snip>
Yup serves them right for choosing to be born into abject poverty without access to schools, sanitation or even clean drinking water. Bet they won't do that again! </sarcasm>
1 voip desk phone
1 nvidia shield
3 handheld consoles
so 18 and that isn't counting the arduinos kits, ouya that died or the two laptops I'm fixing for a friend. When a few people come over that generally bumps up the phone, tablet, handheld and sometimes even laptop count
The first the number pad stopped working after a mate spilt a glass of lemon and vodka into it and didn't tell me and when i pulled it apart to clean it since the keys where sticky, the trace came off attached to the spacer.
The second died when I spilled diet coke in it, but I did the right thing, took it apart, washed it with distilled water, then dried it with a hair dryer melting the keys >. Had the current one for a number of years, I would replace it if I could find a natural keyboard with mechanical keys but I am yet to find one. (If you know of one with the same form factor that has mechanical keys I will give you internet hugs, but a comfort curve isn't enough sorry.)
All constants are variables.