Watch the Rio Olympic games in stunning VR, but only if you have the right headset
It’s that time again. Top athletes from around the world are set to convene for the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This year, however, you might watch the Olympics a little differently than you have in the past.NBC has promised that this year it will broadcast as many as 85 hours in virtual reality— including both the opening and closing ceremonies, men’s basketball, gymnastics, volleyball, track and field, diving, fencing, and boxing. Of course, there are some requirements — you’ll have to own a Samsung phone and Samsung Gear VR headset.