To Creeper51,Going to a game is not even objectively better than
staring at the wall. Different people enjoy different things, and there are many
good reasons why one may choose not to (or be unable to) attend games.Nor is an individual's desire to experience a game or other entertainment
through VR reason to assume that that individual sits around all day.
Grey wolfIf you understood, why ask? You got it didn't you?
Grey wolfGoing to the game is objectivity better than sitting in
your home. I don't care if people use it, but let's be smart, and
realize that humans are meant to do things, not sit around all day.
To Creeper51,I realize very well what going to an NBA game involves.
I guess I just don't see how adding to the experience for those who for
whatever reason can't or don't attend games takes away from the
experience for those who do.
GreywolfYou fail to realize that going to the game lends itself to
other adventures, and other excitements. You are not simply consuming the game
in your home alone, but you are living life, and creating experiences.Which you can't do at home as easily. Besides it's artistic
Anybody else thinking about waiting about 10 years for virtual reality to
advance even more before diving into it?Half joking. But the speed
of which this kind of technology advances is astounding. It feels like one step
forward, followed by 2 steps forward, followed by 5 steps forward, and so on.The forward speed of advancement continues to increase. Great time to be
Tighty WhitiesWell thank you.
To Multi, So going to an NBA game isn't being a consumer?
@multi - Repect. There is not nearly enough poetry in the comments section of
the D News.
So not only due to technology have we all started to self segregate, but now we
don't even need to go to a basketball game to enjoy the ambience, and
emotion it brings.To live life, you just might,need to close
your computer,The Real lights, are so nice,Just stop being a
consumer.Plus we are going to see a dramatic increase in neck kinks.
Yeah cool technology and big Tickets Sky Rocket in Prices!
This is interesting to me. i live overseas in philippines and this is sparking
some interest, especially with the jazz showing great competitiveness this year.
For the optimal arena experience, VR subscribers should, every time they go to
the kitchen for a snack, drop a $20 bill down the garbage disposal.