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  1. #1 How close are we to deep dive / full immersion VR? 
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    Will it happen within our lifetime ( in 30-70 years)?

    By using Elon Musk's Neuralink (Neural Lace 2039???) ,NerveGear, exo-skeletons, OpenWorld VR maybe?

    And if we were to achieve this would anyone still want to live in the real world apart from people who are maintaining the system and certain religious groups?(or at least take breaks from full dive VR)

    And is VR a replacement for reality?


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    Short Answer: not very close at all.

    Longer answer: Technology like neuralink will be used first and primarily for treating serious brain diseases. And then it will be used for human enhancement. Only after it became commonplace for most humans to be enhanced, would an entertainment side of things emerge. No entertainment company is going to start implanting people play games or experience some form of entertainment, until the technology behind that is as commonplace as television. Just settle with PSVR and Oculus Rift. Those sorts of VR are the only thing we will experience in our lifetimes, and are likely the future of entertainment.


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