Why is no one talking about net neutrality in the VR industry?

Hamza Siddiqui
Dec 18, 2017 · 3 min read
  • Wouldn’t it be fun to repeatedly say “What are you saying? I can’t hear you. WHAT?!”
  • It can mean that you hear someone from afar even though they came close by in the meantime.
  • It can mean a game of catch between friends becomes a game of “guess when did I throw the ball?”.
  • A hand shake can turn into a punch or worse, (or better?) into a bitch slap.
  • An Echo Arena match would be very fun if you are trying to punch someone but they ended up scoring anyway.
  • It can mean lots and lots of weird and creepy movements.
  • One minute you can be socially immersed and another minute you want to put your friend’s avatar out of their misery because their avatar looks convoluted like hell.
  • Streaming 360 videos would (still) look like you are watching a globe of pixels dance and change colors.
  • Stereoscopic 360 can feel like the same but instead (bonus points) you are also cross eyed.
  • I don’t even know what kind of hell hole can Web VR be with throttled internet.
  • Social Web VR? be my guest to guess.

Mega Particle

Social VR startup focusing on Poker VR

Hamza Siddiqui

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Founder & CEO @ Mega Particle.

Mega Particle

Social VR startup focusing on Poker VR