Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by retired_member6, May 21, 2007.
Feedback on end user and reseller prices please.
Honestly not a lot being honest.
cyberspace is ok as its still a used word
virtual reality went out of the window reasonably in the 80's and 90's
as for the extenstions debatable.
Resale value only for mugs being honest.
You could always do what most sellers do
This domain is so unquie and rare that its a must have domain name.
Two dead ducks reasonably
Just saw on the BBC news tonight about the new police survellance remote control helecopter and they used the word virtual reality gosh maybe a revival.
Virtual reality has a huge future - sorry to disagree with Mr. N. (and say what you will about his methods, but at least someone is giving appraisals these days).
I'd hold it - it could even fit the extension if its used by doctors to practice surgery or musicians, etc. in the nonprofit sector.
Two great names, value blunted by the dreadful extensions.
Could have a value to the non profit sector,universities etc.
Reseller: £250 ea
End User:£750 ea
Just doing some checking on cyberspace and in particular VR
The whole concept of VR seems to have changed nowadays from looking at one website http://vr.tees.ac.uk/ in the 80's and 90's it was more regarding the use of a headset e.g landmower man and user gloves etc to move around.
Sadly you cant see much from the vr.tees website regarding the actual VR technology nowadays but personally I think that the old VR that was has died to be replaced by a new VR which is not being submerged but simply a 3D model that you move a mouse and can walk around.
So were 50/50 on this I think, the old VR that I grew up around was helmets and gloves and in respects the kind of stuff that you see in the matrix.
The modern day VR seems just to be virtual models of buildings etc that you can move a mouse and just walk around it.
To me this is simply 3d modelling on real or future buildings etc that allows you to walk around just like a mini arcade game I think personally.
So yes VR in todays terms will be very big, but I thnk that the old skool VR is dead.
Maybe in the future then we might have true immerson VR like you see in the matrix but who knows computers have come along way since playing black and white pixels on a zx81.
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