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Jul 21 2016 | 8:28 am EDT otaku001

Thats a good question. I don't believe its been answered for PSVR but i've seen tons of videos through the Vive and Rift of gaming sessions. Specifically NODE of You tube.

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Jul 21 2016 | 10:13 am EDT pkcable

Not sure how it would look UNLESS you also had VR to view it!
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Jul 21 2016 | 4:06 pm EDT lancevr

Yes, VR live streaming can and has been accomplished. 360-degree video has been live streamed for well over 5 years (by BigLook360.com).
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Jul 21 2016 | 11:30 pm EDT michael4371

Hey maybe all those 3D televisions that are gathering dust could be used to show off VR to non owners?
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Jul 22 2016 | 9:25 am EDT pkcable

Hey maybe all those 3D televisions that are gathering dust could be used to show off VR to non owners?
lol! I have one believe it or not! I got it for the other feature in particular the refresh rate!
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Jul 22 2016 | 2:48 pm EDT trenmost

i think you can start one that goes big as the user base expands. its still early to catch good opportunities
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Jul 23 2016 | 1:55 am EDT michael4371

Me too...refresh rate. Well I was hoping 3D was going to be as good as the Michael Jackson 3D movie I saw at Disneyland in 1992.
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Sep 13 2016 | 3:38 pm EDT michael4371

Playstation VR and Xbox VR for that matter will be the litmus test as whether VR will be more than a fad. Rememder 3D...printing? You thought I was going to say 3D TV didn't you? But yes 3D TV's went by the wayside too? Promises were made and hardware was bought, but software didn't deliver to what 3D was going to be. I was hoping 3D was going to be like the Michael Jackson 3D movie I saw at Disneyland in 1992. I'm just hoping VR can deliver on their promises of virtual entertainment for the masses and not just a game demo for the few.
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Sep 13 2016 | 5:16 pm EDT BioFanatic

You can stream your Gear VR to your TV if you have a Chromecast:

https://m.reddit.com/r/GearVR/commen...f=search_posts

I tried this a few months ago and it worked well. However, I'd lose the odd frame and it heated my S6 up fairly quickly, but it's a good way to quickly show people what you're seeing.