To truly understand virtual reality, you have to try it. With traditional screens, it’s easy to separate yourself from what’s happening in front of you. With VR, you are integrated into the world. Floors disappear under your feet. You fly over a city.You’re not just playing a game – you’re in another world. But we’ve heard the enthusiastic cries for VR for decades. Is it for real this time? For the last 20 years VR has been just around the corner, but there have been three major hurdles in the way to mainstream adoption. Today, all three hurdles have been removed. It is no longer a case of crying wolf. The wolf is real, and standing just outside the door.