Ever since the Oculus Rift showed off its tech demo, I have been excited about the possibilities. Being completely immersed in the gaming world would be an interesting experience…albeit a bit eerie. As of now, the headset can track your head movement to give you a sense of actually seeing in gamespace. The only issue I’ve noticed was that it cannot track your limbs. While your character might move, limbs flailing around, you would be sitting there…still. It is a bit discombobulating at first but I’m sure people will adjust to it.


Now, the gaming world is not the only application for the Oculus Rift. The people at Bloomberg have come up with a multiscreen trading setup that only takes up virtual space. No cluster of wires, no wasted space. The amount of extra screens you want is not limited by the amount of space you have. You can have…

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