But, bear in mind, even this still doesn’t truly convey to people who haven’t tried VR what’s so great about VR, because the field of view on your screen is much small than that on a VR headset, it’s not actually wrapped all around you in real world 1:1 scale, it’s not in stereoscopic 3D, you can’t lean around to get a better view of the shape in front of you and even look beyond it, it’s running a 60fps at best (VR is 90fps at worst), and it’s not is proper 3D surround sound. . . .
It’s cool, but it’s a shadow of what it would be like to play this, or any game, in VR.