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Intrinsic said:

Here is the problem I have with arguments like these. While if looked at in of itself they seem sound they really are completely flawed cause they are based on theories that simply don't work or apply. I'll try and explain. 

 

  1. Aesthetics, awkwardness....these are arguments based on past VR examples. At a time when things like 6" smart phones didn't even exist. Fact is that the world over is more tech inclined than ever before and as long as VR today works and can create unique experiences that people like they will try it out. 

You can still add to your argument that aesthetics don't matter simply because you are going to use it on your private home, not on public like a fool (funny is that with all the Nintendo comparisons, they were the one that tought that everybody would love to use the Virtual Boy all over the city).