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Meanwhile, Google's artificial intelligence AlphaGo is in the middle of a battle against humanity with the ancient, complex game Go. The top Go player in the world, Lee Sedol, was defeated in the first round. But you can watch future fights live-streaming on YouTube. No pressure, Sedol. It's just the future of humanity that rests in your hands. CNET Update delivers the tech news you need in under 3 minutes. Watch Bridget Carey every afternoon for a breakdown of the big stories, hot devices, new apps and what's ahead. Subscribe to the podcast via the links below.

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Of course, there is no real harm done by calling all of the stuff you view in a headset VR. But VR isn't necessarily synonymous with "360 video" -- those "you are there" travelogues that you can access on Google Cardboard and YouTube -- which isn't the same as augmented reality (AR). Meanwhile: Smart glasses and Google Glass? They're something a bit different still. And all of that may or may not have something to do with telepresence (or just "presence"). So for clarity's sake, here's a rundown of everything you need to know about what's what in the world of virtual reality.

With the explosion of new devices and content, it might feel like virtual reality is something very new, (A similar thing happened with 3D a few years back.) However, VR, at least in its modern made-for-consumers state, has been around since the '90s, It's just that now the technology has finally caught up with the goal: to transport you into another world that can be experienced and interacted with through the use of sensory devices, Now, these virtual realities could look and feel like the real world, such as a flight simulator, or be completely artificial like an imagined distant planet, but in any case they're computer generated, Right now, for you and me at least, these other worlds are all about gaming, driven by the likes of the Oculus Rift, Sony PlayStation VR, Samsung Gear VR and HTC evo check case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - smokey/black Vive (demonstrated in the GIF above)..

Through the use of VR headsets loaded with sensors that track your head and eye movements, you're able to interact with and navigate through different environments as if you were actually in them. This is the main thing that separates VR from immersive multimedia content where you're more of a spectator than a participant. The New York Times' NYT VR videos for viewing with Google Cardboard are really cool, but they're not VR. Looking at photos on Flickr VR is really cool; also not VR. GoPro's Surf, Moto and Ski VR videos: same thing.