An article from American Times appearing on the Forbes site: Microsoft Is Developing 3D Projection Technology That Could Turn Your Room Into A Game. This is about projection technology. I’m not how this would work in my little place.
Erik Kain writes: My skepticism around virtual reality tends to focus on whether gamers will actually use it as much as we think we might. Similar to how 3D movies haven’t really taken off in the home, I doubt holographic gaming is necessarily something that will become very mainstream, even if the technology permits.
…which echoes my thinking.
Erik also wrote: Either way, the next generation of gaming consoles is obviously going to be about more than just the graphics, or even just the games. It will be even more driven by hardware innovations than this generation has. So long as the games keep improving, more innovation in hardware is a welcome development.
I suspect he is right.