For a majority of people, Virtual Reality products seem like novelties.
As a personal accessory, ownership of a VR rig seems unnecessary. There's the impression that perhaps a unit would be expensive, or it's simply too early in the development those rather bulky-looking head-worn units to warrant a purchase.
But now, a Facebook subsidiary called Oculus hopes to change that.
They've introduced their new VR goggles, called "Oculus Go" which they believe will being the tech to the mainstream.
Washington Post Tech Columnist Geoffrey Fowler joined Armstrong & Getty to talk about it--will this be your first VR purchase?
Listen to Geoffrey's conversation with Armstrong & Getty below...