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Oculus founder builds VR headset that kills the wearer if they die in-game


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I bet these are on the market in time for Christmas! :hmm:

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The government should just mass produce millions and give them all away for free.

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Film: Ready player one  Sign of a future controlled by the Corporations???    What is the difference between rollerball where two sides fight it over to put a metal ball into a hole; this, where you where helmet that electrocutes and kills if you mess up.    Imagine the hackers. this is worse than caesar with his thumb down giving the order to kill.  

Do you think Satan's Hollywood is trying to tell us something???:unsure2:

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I dunno. As important as free markets are.

I think whatever government that guy lives under should step in and shut that crap down.

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If you're stupid enough to think that's cool you should try it out. Cull the herd of morons i.e natural selection.
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this is already been used for millennia. its what is built into our reality.
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What an incredibly stupid idea. 

He needs his head read. 

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Just so everyone knows, this is not a commercial device, and he has no plans to "attempt" to make it a commercial product (which no company would agree to make anyway)

He calls it "office art", whatever that means.

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Surreal.  Even if he has no plans to market the device, why create it in the first place?  Imagine the idjit types that call S.W.A.T. raids on people that beat them in a game, sending someone one of these instead?  Is the dude's plan to destroy the VR industry?  How many people won't trust any headset due to this? 

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