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December 7, 2012 3:17:51 PM

I found this on CL and wonder if someone can give me advice on whether this is a good buy or not?
THX,
Cliff
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Virtual Reality Equipment - $250
paid $1300.00. I BOUGHT THE WHOLE "VIRTUAL VIEWER 3D" BUNDLE PACK ( PLUS SOME COOL EXTRA'S) - FROM VREALITIES.COM, WHICH SUPLLIES VIRTUAL REALITY EQUIPMENT TO NASA. CHECK OUT THE INFO ON IT AT THIS LINK. http://www.vrealities.com/virtualviewer3d.html THAT LINK WILL TELL YOU ALL ABOUT THE VIRTUAL REALITY EQUIPMENT WHICH INCLUDES A 1. VIRTUAL REALITY HEAD MOUNTED DISPLAY (VR GLASSES) 2 HEAD TRACKER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE (TO IMMERSE YOUR SELF IN VR AND VIDEO GAME WORLDS) 3. VOICE RECOGNITION SOFTWARE AND MICROPHONE (LETS YOU CONTROL THE GAME WITH YOUR VOICE) 4. P5 DATA GLOVE (AMAZING - CHECK IT OUT AT THIS LINK http://www.vrealities.com/P5.html) 5. 2D TO 3D CONVERTER TO CONVERT "ANY" VIDEO GAME OR MOVIE OR EVEN TV TO BEAUTIFUL 3D. IF YOU BUY TODAY I WILL ALSO TELL YOU HOW TO GET "STEREOSCOPIC PLAYER"(A 49 DOLLAR VALUE) WHICH WILL ALLOW YOU TO WATCH ANY VIDEO FILE OR DVD ON YOUR COMPUTER IN STUNNING 3D ON A VIRTUAL 90 INCH SCREEN AT 10 FEET AWAY AND "QUEST 3D " WHICH IS INDUSTRY LEADING "VIRTUAL REALITY WORLD" CREATION SOFTWARE WHICH RETAILS FOR A WHOPPING $15,800.00 (SEE FOR YOURSELF AT THIS LINK http://www.vrealities.com/quest3d.html) AND WILL ALLOW YOU TO CREAT EYE-POPPING "3D VIRTUAL REALITY" FULLY IMMERSIVE WORLDS YOUR SELF - - - ALL FOR FREE. EVERYTHING I'M SELLING IS NOT ONLY "VIRTUAL REALITY" EQUIPMENT IT IS "STEREOSCOPIC 3D VIRTUAL REALITY" EQUIPMENT WHICH IS UP TO DATE WITH THE STATE OF THE ART 3D TELEVISIONS OUT NOW. AND ITS LOTS OF FUN

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December 7, 2012 3:40:56 PM

If you have insurance for being clubbed over the head and locked in a cellar, then go for it!
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December 7, 2012 4:49:10 PM

azathoth said:
If you have insurance for being clubbed over the head and locked in a cellar, then go for it!


I apologize for being such a dunce...are you saying that this IS NOT what you would consider a "good buy"? If not, could you elaborate why you think so.
At times I'm bedridden due to an entrapped nerve in my abdominal wall and so I am reduced to using my laptop to communicate, which I rest upon my chest. Unfortunately, this setup reduces the amount of time I am able to use my computer due to it being so uncomfortable. I thought if I had these glasses, it would help relieve the pain I experience while attempting to type, but I gather you're saying that I would add to my pain level rather than reducing it.
I guess I should mention that I envision my use of these glasses on applications other than gaming, although I wouldn't mind playing a neat game while utilizing them. I do thank you for ANY advice you're willing to give, as I feel I am COMPLETELY out of my comfort zone in this area of expertise.

Again, thanks for any advice,
Cliff

P.S. If you would not advise the purchase of these glasses, is it possible for you to suggest an alternative option?
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