I’ve long be intrigued about the potential of virtual reality, and as such, I’ve been dying to try the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive. Sadly, I’ve yet to have the opportunity to try either.
Just like the other MediaTek devices I’ve reviewed recently with the MTK6582, the Prime is primarily a bright source. It’s best paired with bass-centric or V-shaped listening gear that’s geared towards the lows. Unlike the previous MediaTeks I reviewed, the treble on the Prime is smooth with a more neutral, but slightly cold sound signature. Mids are pronounced though despite the slightly cold quality of both bass and treble.
So where is much of the money from the more progressive or liberal foundations going? It is going to think tanks that shun being classified as either liberal or conservative, including the Brookings Institution, the Urban Institute, and Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation (MDRC). This type of think tank — think tanks of no identifiable ideology — makes up the greatest proportion operating in American politics, and these groups receive the biggest portion of resources that go to think tanks.
Oculus video also connects you to 360-degree videos from a number of sources including Facebook, so there is a good amount of content already available. Also, there is Netflix, which works well in VR. The app puts you inside Samsung Gear VR giveaway a realistic room, where you can then watch movies on your simulated large screen television. It sounds weird but the experience is pretty compelling and we wasted a fair amount of time watching Netflix shows on the Gear VR.
The crumbling schools, falling bridges, closing factories, weakened infrastructure in all spheres like abandoned houses, cracked pavements and pot-holed highways, falling and failing schools, millions of jobs lost, healthcare costs raising and millions with no health care; a combative and recalcitrant opposition party; a lynch mob with aggressive and negative demonstration, rowdy and agitated rallies and Town Hall meetings. A division of white and the rest of the colored people on two sides of the divide.