Virtual reality has been talked about for decades, but high costs have limited it to the military. The Oculus Rift will change that. It's a $300 consumer VR headset that will be available next year. It recently set records on kickstarter when it raised $2.5M. We are one of a few on their partner list and have early access to a development kit. With it, physical feedback, and tracking techniques that we're developing, a game of laser tag will become an unprecedented immersive experience.