Virtual reality technology continues to advance at a blistering pace, thanks in large part to the variety of hardware options that have hit the market–from the $5 Google Cardboard to the $100 Samsung Gear to the $400 Playstation VR to the $600-$3000 Oculus Rift. As a result, more and more brands and studios are investing in these platforms. From Facebook to Playstation to Hollywood to McDonald’s, companies are sinking millions into VR research and development.
Fast Company’s Noah Robischon and Daniel Terdiman sat down to hash out their (very) different opinions on the mass market appeal and viability of virtual reality platforms. Will VR go mainstream? What do you think? Let us know your opinion on Twitter with #29thFloor.