The first wave of VR might not be for everyone. Some are willing to wait a few months, or even years, to see how the industry pans out, while others are simply saving up for the investment by purchasing a few necessary components in order to meet the demands of powering VR. Some of you already own a system that can handle VR, while others might need some time (and money) to get their PC up to spec.
We want to ask you, Tom’s Hardware readers, some questions on VR in general as well as your PC’s state of “VR-readiness.” The goal is to get an idea of how consumers (such as yourself) are reacting to the rise of VR.
This is the year of VR, and it's an exciting time in the industry. As many companies are already developing their own VR devices, there are other developers trying to get a slice of the action through VR content. The next few months will see the release of major VR head-mounted displays such as the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and (possibly) PlayStation VR.
It should be interesting to see just how many of our loyal readers are actually ready for VR once it arrives at the front door.
Here's the survey: