Learning exactly how to control your dreams is a crucial part of lucid dreaming. It is not enough to merely recognize when you are dreaming - you must learn the laws of the dream world!
Why you ask? Because there are far too many people running around making excuses, playing the blame game, and thinking all sorts of doom and gloom BS. You can't live your life that way and still have a fulfilled life experience. If life is a game, if this is a headsets game, and you are the lead character then you are going to want to get the most points, wouldn't you want to win the game, or are you just going to play your game in mediocrity, go for the low-point record? That seems like a waste of time.
We don't need more regulations, but rather greater wisdom when approaching the social networks. It is true that no matter how "safe" a person tries to be there is always some aspect of vulnerability when cruising through virtual reality. However, to think that this applies only to virtual reality would be a grave error indeed as the same applies to whatever endeavors we choose to invest our lives toward. For example, you can go to the wrong church and be swooped up into a Jim Jones mentality if you aren't careful.
Oculus is also working hard to push the Rift as more than just a gaming platform. A Rift-compatible version of Google Maps is already in production. The company is implementing 3D movie watching with the Oculus Rift. A strong fan base is forming even before the Rift goes into full production. The SDK has shipped to developers. The Rift is positioned to be one of the killer gifts for the holiday buying season in 2013.
In terms of marriage the gaming headset probability of first marriage by the age of is percent for women and percent for men. By 40, the probability is 86 percent for women and 81 percent for men, says a new report from the National Survey of Family Growth (National Center for Health Statistics) which involved about 5,000 males and 7,600 females between 15 and 44.
Imagine what augmented reality development will do to change the course of technology in the next 100 years as well. As long as the public is open to changes, then technology will always keep changing, and you can see this in the Apple product. The general public keeps demanding better and more advanced technology. As long as the world demands, there will be a company there to meet those demands.
That means many media heads should do themselves a favor and go through the exhibit themselves to remind them that if they don't keep to certain principles and respect the public, there won't be much new going into the museum in the next fifty years.