Virtual Reality’s Impending Prize
We’re one day closer to March 29, 2018, with a brand new trailer…
Ready Player One has the challenge of following a highly-acclaimed book, but with one minor advantage:
Its director is Steven Spielberg.
The VR-centric story set in a dystopian future in Columbus, OH-IO splits time between the real world and an imaginative pop culture-rich virtual reality. The latter is filled with familiar throwbacks to iconic video games, music, and cinematic masterpieces in their own rights (ie-Back to the Future and Jurassic Park, to name just a couple). While this virtual reality purposely appears surreal, VR’s increasing role in modern society seems inevitable once a few codes are cracked for taking this experience mainstream in the coming years and decades.
Is this good? Bad? Somewhere in between? Time will ultimately tell with our ever-evolving relationship and fluid connectivity with deeply personal customizable technology. Regardless, a monstrous, life-altering prize awaits in the third act of Ready Player One.
However, will virtual reality lead society to an equally grand and illustrious prize down the road? Will currently living in Columbus, Ohio offer an exclusive key to this future?
There are just so many real questions to ponder…
maybe this is where virtual answers come into play?
Posted on February 27, 2018, in Uncategorized and tagged Columbus Ohio, entertainment, movies, new movie trailer, nostalgia, popular culture, Ready Player One, science fiction, Steven Spielberg, video game, virtual reality, visions for the future. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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