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PAX Australia Will Make Your VR Dreams Come True

2016 is the year that VR is actually getting good. You can click a few buttons on the internet and a Vive or a Rift will appear on your doorstep a few days later — although you’ll have to pay through the nose — for your gaming PC, which is more powerful than ever. Or you can buy a PlayStation VR instead. Or, down at PAX Aus in Melbourne in November, you can try all three — in a dedicated ‘VR Freeplay’ area, with three-directional treadmills that let you walk around in virtual reality.
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