I never thought of buying those Oculus goggles until it was presented to me that FB could be offering first row seats viewing of live pro sports with them.
Netflix in one area of the field of view, and see messages and whatnot at another angle, and that's just using my pixel.
There's a LOT of ways this can work out nicely. One part of the field of view shows one game, another game in an other corner, while still being able to look into your workflow.
It's awesome ,and it's coming soon.
Puts you in a nice little living room with a fire place. It's pretty cool.
I have been trying to use Trinus to get the pixel working with a daydream headset to play Elite Dangerous, but still having some issues at the moment.
for sports especially, it looks completely awesome.
Watch the full field like you're in the stands. Look up, and there's the close-up TV version. Choose where in the stands you want to be for certain plays. Scan around and pull up live stats you want.
Absolutely fantastic. It's the sort of thing they could probably sell season tickets for.
stream live performance of Hamilton.
Your purchasing history (if you used Amazon Prime).
Advertisers will know the aggregate of who is watching their ads because Amazon will presumably provide it. "Advertisers, the people who watched tonight purchased these kinds of things us in the past from these zip codes, blah, blah, blah."
We'll be even more targeted.