Hello everyone!, I'm a high school student living in Australia at the moment, and by looking at this debate you may be thinking that I've been watching too much futuristic Japanese anime shows, but to be honest i think there is more to it than being just fictitious, i believe that it's possible but it would take more than just me to actually achieve this, I've already started working on possible ways on creating the device with the EEG which will be used to scan brain waves, I've also learnt that the user of such a device would need to be temporarily paralysed and that the users body has to be in a state of calmness otherwise there will be interference. The rest of the technology for my research would possibly only be available in the close future of 2025-2030. If i can't fully develop such a device then i can at least speed up the progress in making the device.
Hi! I am actually 11 years old. Not at this time, getting full virtual reality is not possible. Currently, many people are discussing how to go about make the simplest version of a full dive, movement only. After that is accomplished, I predict the game industry would be at a halt or standstill. I say this because I believe the main goal of almost every video game is to achieve total immersion. By the time the simple version is accomplished (I think 2020-2022), the graphics of a video game would almost replicate reality.For gaming, things will have to adjust to the limitations of VR, mainly the limited movement, even if you can track a person's movement well they will be limited on space and what they can touch. I don't think there'll be any good solution for that.