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Grilled Bruschetta Chicken

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Everyone loves to eat, and it will be more fun to eat the food what we have cooked, In this fun cooking game we shall prepare the delicious Grilled Bruschetta Chicken. I’m sure that you gonna impress everyone with this dish.

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  1. EvanHort says:

    You don’t need movies or TV to be formatted for a VR headset or even have it be a 3d movie. You can create a virtual screen that is any size you want any distance from you. So you can make it look like a 55 inch big screen or a 100 foot high Imax screen. The virtual screen can appear curved or flat like normal. When you turn your head it’s just like at the theatre, you would be turning away from this virtual floating screen. Or the screen can be in a virtual theatre with virtual seats and people. There is already VR software for VR movie theate1, software for floating virtual scree1 that you can adjust the size and distance to your preference, and even software that tur1 your desktop into a VR desktop. Then your desktop can look 100 feet high and you can watch youtube on that. You have to look WAY down to the left though to see your start button and WAY down to the right to see the system tray.nYou say you don’t see VR replacing movie theate1 but people are cutting cable and staying home and watching netflix and youtube. Kids these days even know more about youtube celebrities than movie sta1. That trend will only continue.nEveryone likes to say they knew PCs were going to be huge, the internet, microsoft, google, blackberry, iPhone, netflix streaming, tablets, tesla ca1. But go back and remember what people were saying. Compute1 were for nerds. The internet was for nerds and maybe college research. iPhones can’t be successful without a keyboard and copy and paste, tablets will never sell. No one will make a good electric car or maybe in a 100 yea1. Now listen to people say the apple watch is doomed and so is Oculus. Those same people never got rich off of the things they claim they always knew were going to be successful and they don’t believe in anything that isn’t already a huge success, but change their tune once it becomes wildly successful.nRemember when netflix was a company that shipped DVDs? Remember when they wanted to spin off their streaming service and people thought “oh no! that sounds risky!” What was that like three yea1 ago? I don’t even remember the last time I saw a disc from netflix. People think streaming when they hear netflix. Things change fast, especially in tech where it’s not regulated.nIt’s obvious that people would like to use VR to have a 100 foot max experience at home, virtually visit the grand kids, see what the Roman Colosseum looked like 2000 yea1 ago and what it looks like now, sit court side a Lake1 game, unde1tand the scale of a Trex, and play some crazy ass games.nDevelope1 are so interested in VR they will make software in their spare time for free. No one cared about 3d tvs, it was being pushed by the tv manufactures because they couldn’t move anymore TVs. I had people lining up to try my Oculus Rift.

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