I am not sure if it’s because it’s just been so long since VR has been a thing, or because it was a dream of mine.
Maybe I’m just a dreamer.
Either way, I’m excited to see the future of virtual reality in India.
But I think we all know that India has a lot of catching up to do.
As the country prepares for the launch of the country’s first VR-enabled smart phone, the Vive, at the end of this month, India has to catch up with VR’s global dominance.
For that to happen, VR must catch up.
The world’s first truly immersive virtual reality experience is in India, and it’s called The World.
It’s an interactive game where you can interact with real-life people and environments that are all recreated from the virtual world.
It starts with a few basic rules that you’ll have to learn as you play.
First, you’ll need a phone.
India’s population is less than 1.6 billion, so you’ll want to pick up a cheap phone with a screen size that’s at least 5 inches.
The phone must be compatible with the VR headset, which is a phone, a headset, a controller, and some headphones.
You’ll also need a camera that’s capable of capturing VR.
The VR headset must be at least 30 degrees to the right of your eye, and the camera must be able to capture your VR experience.
To play, you will need a smartphone.
India is still early in the VR craze, but the Vive is coming.
It has an initial price tag of $699 (about $400 in the US), but it’s already been on sale for over a year.
The price has fallen so much, in fact, that it’s now only $399 (about half the price of the HTC Vive, which launched last year).
That’s a good deal.
The phone, however, can be a little pricey.
The cheapest phone you can buy right now is the Sony Vaio, and you can expect to pay around $300-400 for it.
I’ve already bought two of the new Vaios and the price is right there with them.
You can get a $299 (about £225) phone that has a 1440×1440 OLED screen and can shoot 1080p videos at 60 frames per second.
The other two phones you can get for $299-400 have 720×1080 panels and can capture 1440×720 videos at 30 frames per minute.
I’m not going to lie: it’s an upgrade.
But you’ll be paying $600 for the Sony’s cheaper model.
That’s not to say that the Samsung Gear VR isn’t an upgrade over the Vaio.
It can capture VR videos at 1080p and has an 8-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS).
It’s a lot cheaper, too.
But it’s still not the best smartphone VR is going to be able get, and I would be willing to bet that the Sony will be a better buy.
But the Vive isn’t the cheapest phone, either.
It is, however the world’s most immersive virtual VR experience, and if you want to have an experience that is truly immersive, you better have a smartphone and the right headset.
If you’re planning on spending $600 or more on a smartphone VR headset and are looking to get the best experience, the Samsung is my pick.
It comes with the Gear VR, which offers a 1080p display and has a full-featured OIS.
But unlike the Gear, you can pick up the Vive at a much lower price.
The Vive, for $399, includes everything you need to get going.
If you’re a gamer, you also get a gamepad, a free controller, two free apps, a VR headset bundle, and a VR controller.
The Gear VR is more expensive, but you can’t get it for $499, which makes it the more affordable option.
I also love the Samsung’s new headset, the Gear Icon, which costs $300 less than the Samsungs.
I have one, and love it.
The headset’s wireless charging system lets you plug it in and get an excellent experience.
You can buy a Gear VR for $300, which will cover the costs for your smartphone and VR headset.
You also get access to the Samsung apps and apps for games, music, and video streaming.
The Samsung Gear Icon is available for $100 less, but I like the design of the Icon, as it feels more premium.
You won’t be able as easily access apps on the Samsung app store, but that doesn’t mean you can just download the apps to your phone and forget about them.
The Galaxy Note 7 is the only phone that I own, and that is a great phone.
The Note 7 has great battery life, and Samsung has a killer camera and speakers.
If your smartphone can handle that, you should definitely pick up an