I agree. It’s an amazing technology, but it’s been in development for the past 20 years and it’s still a way away from its ideal form, like in Star Trek. Although it is becoming more commercialized and more people are able to experience it, to reach full potential will take more time and tweaking. I saw an interesting TED video (https://www.ted.com/talks/tom_uglow_an_internet_without_screens_might_look_like_this) about how the internet and information will develop to accommodate our other senses except for only visual. It is possible that a combination of these two forms of VR will develop into something more fascinating than we can imagine. Even if VR can take us our of our current reality, I think it will only reinforce the appreciation for what we have in front of us.