For the Holidays I was gifted a magnificent state of the art VR headset of the kind usually reserved only for top researchers and developers deep in the military industrial complex. Given access to such a treasure I assumed would be akin to receiving access to a magical gateway to swim through space and time free of any physical encumbrance or attachment to reality both consensus or personally envisioned.
Booting directly into random situational reality I found that, as usual, the experience provided by this expensive “must have item of the season” left much to be desired . Ah well, another purchase of hype over use to be rolled into space where objects now void of vast expectations rot in their own lack of substance.
-collage by Peter Horvath