I would want one but it’ll be too costly, I hope that it doesn’t have the failure Google Glass did.
I think it’s probably worth 800 manufacturing and I’d pay 1000 max and that’s if I’m sold and drop jawed about it
Im going to say it will cost 800 to 900. I’d buy it, but there is another alternative that will most likely be out a bit sooner. I’ll try to find its name in a second. As for if the technology is an exaggeration, it is not. You can do everything they did in their example with an oculus rift and leap attached already. The tricky part for them isn’t being able to do the said things, it is being able to make it seamless and efficient.
The trailer is impressive to say the least however, as mentioned, it does seem exaggerated to an extent. I don’t believe the projections would be as seamless as they are in the video, though I’m probably wrong, VR tech has gotten a tremendous amount of attention recently.
I would definitely buy it though, I just wouldn’t pay more than $1000 for it, it seems more of a novelty to me than something I’d use everyday. Other tech giants such as Apple will more than likely try their hand at a VR set eventually, so it’s probably too early to say whether or not I’d buy Microsoft’s specifically.
I too believe that the quality and features of this helmet is way over exaggerated. I’d believe it if it was the third or fourth generation of it. It’ll get better over time, just like that hoverboard that lifts off the ground 1 inch at max.