Several virtual reality head mounted displays (HMD) were released for gaming during the early-mid 1990s. These included the Virtual Boy developed by Nintendo, the iGlasses developed by Virtual I-O, the Cybermaxx developed by Victormaxx and the VFX1 Headgear developed by Forte Technologies . Other modern examples of narrow VR for gaming include the Wii Remote , the Kinect , and the PlayStation Move / PlayStation Eye , all of which track and send motion input of the players to the game console somewhat accurately. [ citation needed ]
Covert Censorship by the Physics Preprint Archive - This page on censorship in Physics is here to show people that there are serious problems in getting new knowledge published in Journals (particularly if it contradicts current paradigm of 'particles' and 'fields', where it is just assumed that particle / wave duality is insolvable, waves are just 'probability waves', etc.). The particular example I have used relates to problems that Nobel Physics Laureate Brian Josephson had in getting articles published. But the problem is endemic and applies equally to philosophy.
I finally had to get real with myself and acknowledge that when he’d come back allegedly crazy about me, the logical conclusion to come to was that was a lie and he HAD to be nice, because he wanted something. In a way it was very freeing, even though it was obviously hurtful, because I realized that I hadn’t “lost out” on anything, because the person I’d thought I was crazy about didn’t actually exist. I have a new saying that goes like this: If you’re confronted with a Jekyll & Hyde situation, believe the Hyde, not the Jekyll.