I mean, how lucky are we? What an amazing stroke of good fortune for the growing anti-deep state movement that’s emerging all across the political spectrum for CNN to repeatedly trot out a cute little Syrian girl reciting obviously scripted words in a language that she plainly does not understand condemning Bashar al-Assad and urging US intervention as though a seven year-old child could ever be some sort of authority on foreign policy! CNN’s collaboration with such an obvious work of war propaganda is the single greatest piece of evidence that the corporate media is lying to the American people about Syria in order to manufacture consent for a new regime change invasion. You really have to be a drooling, mindless idiot to not see through the way CNN’s Alisyn Camerota nods solemnly along as Bana sounds out what she was told to say syllable-by-syllable in the interview. It’s like they’re doing our work for us, telling the world “We’re helping the oligarchs lie to you about Syria,” and we’ll always have that to point at whenever Official Syria Narrative raises its vapid head. We should be doing this at every opportunity.
VR arcades are a very valid and current business opportunity with the space requirements for full blown room-scale not often being an option for many home users. Recent Steam Hardware Survey results show VR room-scale setup data to be mostly within 2x2m showing many users aren’t able to make the most of the technology’s full potential of tracked area. Similarly with prohibitive costs for many, VR arcades are a great place to experience the technology without the investment but as prices fall, this will become less of an issue. Back to content, once it’s at mass market price, there has to be compelling experiences to make people want to want the technology. But I am against the notion of the traditional console seller “killer app” for VR as its such a personal experience for each and every user, there isn’t a single app to lure all.