Feb

9

 Virtual Reality technology as it improves should be very useful for training purposes in sports and perhaps in many other game related fields or even the business world.

The opportunity to see what it would feel like to play against great athletes might be fun if not, however, in truth a completely frustrating experience.

That the programs can incorporate so much data obtained from years of actual play is fascinating though.

A futuristic racquetball type VR evidently is available but it looks like more of an entertainment arcade environment heavy on special effects, noise, and lights.

"Trinity VR's 'DiamondFX' Batting Simulator is Made for the Major Leagues"


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