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The Future of A.I & VR looks quite bullish

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A.I & VR will revolutionize the H.R world

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The AI innovation storm has swept through CES 2024, The annual CES has become a Tech-Stage

The AI innovation storm has swept through CES 2024, The annual CES has become a Tech-Stage

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$DIS Disney Shows Off 'HoloTile' Floor For A 360-Degree VR Experience

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XR products launched in CES 2024, technology IP innovation is expected to achieve a value leap

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WiMi Developed a Quantum Dot Micro-scale Component for AR/VR Displays

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(Bloomberg) Apple Vision Pro deliveries are delayed to March

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Wall Street Newsletter S03E06: All-time highs are here. What's next?

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Apple Vision Pro pre-orders sell out, but it could be due to in-store fitting capacity as orientation on its use is a must for Apple.

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Which AR company is the ideal investment?

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Unity Software Analysis_1

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Noise-free 3D Holographic Technology

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Apple’s MR headset mass production started, Meta creates XR + AI innovative virtual office experience

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Apple’s MR headset mass production started, Meta creates XR + AI innovative virtual office experience

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A Case Against the NVDA AI Bubble Theory

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$MSFT has potentially created a "new battery" with AI - Musk / $TSLA Says Interesting

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XR developments in 2024: concept stocks to explore the AR industry chain reshaping XR possibility

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3 Meme Stocks that Have Nowhere to Go But Down in 2024

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$META $420

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ARM is Worth $1000 - Everything Runs On ARM - What Doesn't WILL - 10 Year Play - X86 is DEAD

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Is it worth to invest in XR AR field? As Apple Vision Pro is rumoured to ship this January

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The TGA 2023 was held in Los Angeles

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Roblox DD - Bullish regrettably…

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Bullish on Roblox (RBLX) regrettably...

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The Last Chapter of Bandai Analysis

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Daily valuation: Top down look at Match Group

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TKVR Financials look like a dream, exciting business. Research (DD) *MUST READ*

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WiMi Developed a Quantum Dot Micro-scale Component for AR/VR Displays

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TAOIF Curling up and looking great for a RUN!

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TAOIF Up 12% since my post last week - Looking to run more!

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Oil Play! We are Bouncing Off Support + a fundamentals deep dive

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Oil Play Bouncing Off Support! Swing Play

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Nvidia's Future Dominance: 🚀 Unleashing the Power of GPUs in the Metaverse! 👾

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Some DD notes on NVDA with sources

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TKVR (DD) *Must Read* Financials look like a dream

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Deep Dive into WiMi Hologram Cloud

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NEGG to the moon?? What are your expectations? hopes?

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AAPL overrated. M3 ain't shit.

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Beginner Here !

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3D vision technology breakthrough process: WiMi expanded its business in 5G + naked-eye technology

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I want to invest in VR porn

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Snapchat (SNAP) Undervalued?

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MIT develops “quantum rods” to achieve uHD virtual reality; 5G holographic AR creates a digital track

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Deep Dive into an AR Tech Company

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Unaided-eye & 3D technology leads the opening ceremony, AR-related concept stocks are concerned

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Meta laying off most of Metaverse teams

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Do we have any idea where exactly Meta’s 20 billion dollar annual investment into VR is going?

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Last Two Days Explained: Bears Lose

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WiMi Hologram Cloud Drives Productivity Transformation

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$KAVL rejected by the trendline, but still has impressive volume (437k) Chart

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META is overpriced?

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WiMi Gains New Ground in AR/VR

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WiMi Gains New Ground in AR/VR - Newstrail

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WiMi Gains New Ground in AR/VR - Newstrail

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$KAVL rejected by the trendline, but still has impressive volume (204k)

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WiMi Hologram Cloud (WIMI) to build a 5000 + IP system chasing metaverse industry

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$KAVL is still on my watchlist after rallying 50% a couple weeks ago

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Nintendo’s recent rumors and possible outcomes

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WiMi Hologram Cloud (WIMI) innovates and expands the 5G + AI ecological industry

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Revolution of Internet: WiMi Hologram Cloud layout in Web 3.0 to explore the digital economy

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We shall embrace the VR technology

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we shall embrace the VR technology

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KAVL Just had 12x Volume and Finished the Day up 35%

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NVIDIA - Sh*t! If the margins they reported are the new trend of this company... $Trillions to come in Mark.cap?

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KAVL just had a great day & could likely see some continuation

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KAVL Swing Trade Idea

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My next low float stock stock I researched this morning: $KAVL DD/Research

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My next low float stock stock I researched this morning: $KAVL DD/Research

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KAVL Short-Term Swing Trade Idea

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Digital Industry To Revitalize: WIMI takes” AI+ AR” as the core to expand new paradigms and new scenarios

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META IS COMING FOR THE THROAT

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WiMi Hologram Cloud Started Its Digital Innovation With Spatial Computing Concept

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Creating a new generation trading application primarily for AR and VR application

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Does anyone else use a VR to check graphs?

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Recent News into WiMi

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Recent News about WiMi

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Apple - What A Terrible Investment And Complete Failure As A Company

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Shorting Meta Again

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Is AAPL still a good long term investment? Poke holes in my strategy

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The market is not collapsing, you are just being ground into a fine powder by automation and AI

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LETIT Trade | Ecosystem for traders

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Early Oculus investor and Intel CEO are supporting an AR/VR startup that's planning to SPAC

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Due Diligence Writeup: JOIN TV Network ($RINO) + a recent 220% day with more movement to follow!

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The Future of Livestreaming is here

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Empowering Entertainment: Scienjoy Holding Corporation

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Vontobel Holding AG: Holding WiMi Hologram Cloud(WIMI) in Q2

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Vontobel Holding AG Grows Stock Holdings in WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. (NASDAQ: WIMI)

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Vontobel Holding AG Grows Stock Holdings in WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. (NASDAQ: WIMI)

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Vontobel Holding AG Grows Stock Holdings in WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. (NASDAQ: WIMI)

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Vontobel Holding AG Grows Stock Holdings in WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. (NASDAQ: WIMI)

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Vontobel Holding AG Grows Stock Holdings in WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc. (NASDAQ: WIMI)

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Sell AAPL

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WiMi news today

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Apple/Meta/ WiMi Chases the Opportunities in XR Industry

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WiMi Developed a Big Data Analytical Engine System Based on GIS Location

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Is this Virtuix thing a scam?

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WiMi Hologram Cloud chases the Opportunities in XR Industry(NASDAQ: WIMI)

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Buy & Hold = Success

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Elon may be harming the stock. He's obsessed with fsd, prices it insanely for what it delivers. If 5 more years go by and fsd is still level 2 autonomy, just like every other auto cruise control, Musk will look like Zuckerberg when he went all in on VR. If Wall Street really traded exclusively on CEO, it wouldn't fall back to earth on every missed earnings. I would like less Elon in the next earnings call, save him for the bombastic product unveils.

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Apple VR will sellout like hotcakes for that

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> What do you even mean by this I mean that 1) plenty of people are running 7-13B LLMs (which aren't as bad as you make them seem, my current employer uses such models in production and they work perfectly fine), and some are even doing it on CPUs (especially hobbyists, e.g. kobold + gguf being a pretty common combination), and more importantly 2) LLMs aren't the only type of machine learning out there, and probably still not #1. Two great examples come to mind. The first is RAG (Retrieval Augmented Generation), where you only need an LLM after you've done retrieval (btw, plenty of non-deep-learning ML algorithms exist for this, and Intel-MKL can be a good accelerator for such workloads), and a fine-tuned 1-7B model can be good enough. The second is literally every other model that is running on mobile hardware including VR headsets (did you see/read any of Meta's videos or research in the past ~6 months?). > Nvidia devices are still the best even for inference because all these optimizations make inference so much more efficient and faster. You seem like you selectively read parts, or skipped some. It's a long post, and not very well-written, I don't blame you. Yes, I've touched on the fact that inference-at-scale is still better on Nvidia's hardware in my post, in the section about their moat being bigger than people may think, and I've mentioned not just cudnn but like 10 other libraries too. I am personally using cudnn, tensorrtllm, and deepseed plus RadixAttention for an LLM-based service on AWS, so I know they are the most efficient. But let's not be blind to advances in the field. AMD and Intel may be behind, but they're not useless. Another commenter mentioned some AMD GPUs targeted for data centers and AI workloads, and I mentioned some increased focus on ARM devices (e.g. by some team in my wider department working on AWS Graviton instances). And yes, I also mentioned in my post that this moat will be really hard to overcome for competitors and will take a few years. I even mentioned that it might take 2-3 cycles for them to catch up.

Aw <3 And fair enough. I was referring to [edge computing](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edge_computing) if you want to read more. It may not be a fully standardized term but recently I've only seen it in only one context: offloading work to the last possible device (smartphone, VR headset, car, compute stick, ...).

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> I was a computer programmer many years ago, and most of this stuff is nonsense to me. I’m certainly not able to question it or apply it to a stock price or competitor stock price. You just confirmed that my self-appointed "noob data scientist" title is justified. I suck at translating concepts to business :( I'll try to rephrase. Basically what I meant to say boils down to: - Data centers renew their equipment every few years. By the next cycle, Nvidia's probably going to be #1 because it takes time for competitors to enter the market. In 2-3 cycles, the others might start catching up. As a result, sales are kinda guaranteed for a decade. - Lots of AI is being pushed to end-user devices (i.e. running directly on smartphones, VR, etc). These don't depend on Nvidia, and are on the rise (e.g. see Qualcomm Snapdragon CPUs, or Samsung smartphones), so *maybe* less need for expensive/cloud GPUs. - I wasn't trying to analyze the stock's performance or future potential, I was only trying to give a **slightly** deeper context into the "AI moat" of Nvidia.

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Somewhat agreed, though paypal is more of a legacy product in an oversaturated market and in an industry that struggled hard in the last 2 years (fintech). AR/VR also hasn't done well in the past few years but with the release of vision pro, I'm anticipating that it'll be revisited as space for growth.

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Same happened with me. I kept diversifying out of NVDA since I bought shares in 2014 (I did it as a VR play). Whenever it reached >50% of my portfolio amount, I would think "this isn't very diversified" and would sell some to get some regular index stuff. If I had stuck with it, I would have made about 5X more than I did with the <50% nvidia >50% standard portfolio approach.

Mentions:#NVDA#VR

Real life vs demo not the same Play money in poker vs real cash poker Approaching an AI blow up doll vs approaching real women VR car driving vs real car driving Nothing beats real life experience. Learn , improve and profit. Your young lots of time and opportunities

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it there but still in infancy. everyone expected "Ready Player One" type online VR by 2025 like idiots. Not realizing that the current metaverse is like what web 2.0 looked like 30yrs ago on Geocities webpages. It will happen. We will eventually have Ready Player One like VR, but its decades away. For now, this is more what it looks like [https://metamandrill.com/facebook-metaverse/](https://metamandrill.com/facebook-metaverse/) but again, google what geocities and otehr webpages looked like in 1998 and try to tell me that we did not progress so far from that

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This makes a ton of sense. 1) why the fuck would he advertise the number of h100s he bought? 2) zuck pivots and goes all in when he sees the light…IG, what’s up, metaverse, VR 3) uc has 4 platforms where merchants can unleash their AI bots…FB, IG, Whastup, VR 4) zuck missed out on the server cloud space. This is his opportunity to, with LLamda , to leapfrog 5) Jensen said the most significant AI development last year was the launch of LLamda as open source Fuck it. I’m all in.

Mentions:#IG#VR

3D printing, VR, AI, EV, quantum battery, room-temperature superconductor, race for space - did I miss any?

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Hey maybe that could still be valuable. I’m sure there’s a company out there trying to sell white sheets and VR sex goggles that would pay good money to be connected to u/lovestosplooge and u/nwordjim

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oh for sure, as long as regarded zoomer and gen a keep buying iphones and think Android is ghetto i'm still bullish. But the day is coming when smartphone is an ancient concept and people are wearing cellphone-VR sunglasses (which i suspect why Apple is dumping so much money into VR) but I have a feeling the next "king" of the mobile hill wont be Apple or Google.

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TSMC & NVIDIA have been at the forefront of GPU technology for over 2 decades now The TSMC story & Texas instruments history are quite interesting NVIDIA & TSMC will face increasing competition from other big tech companies in coming years, however COVID supply chain disruptions arguably helped cement their place as market leaders with a large headstart & the recent expanding use cases for AI, cloud storage & cloud computing along with metaverse, VR & augmented reality dreams means chips & associated software are going to be in high demand for decades, if not centuries to come with expansion of robotics & integration of human & digital interfaces AI is really only just starting - it's nowhere near surpassing human genius but could soon approach average general intelligence though this will require much more varied inputs than simple datasets & LLM based chat bots Who knows if general intelligence & robotic integration of AI will ever be possible to the point of self replication or even useful but it's pretty much certain chips & associated software will be needed & many private companies & governments through military will be furiously trying to develop AI & robotics NVIDIA posted massive profits More importantly the demand for their products & services still far outstrips production & competition which means they are assured of continuing premium pricing & more juicy profits ahead

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This logic is laughable. It’s like saying back in the early 90s…there’s no way anyone would need 256 mb of ram on their graphics card. These video games (Frogger or Pac-Man) are going to be more and more efficient over time, so we will need less and less ram. Turns out, graphics got more and more complex and now there are shit we never imagined in 1980s like virtual worlds on VR googles. Turns out, creativity and data eventually expands beyond any physical limit you give it.

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Price / sales for a “chips” to “retail” comparison. Useless. Though I know that for longterm investment, NVDA is way overpriced, for the short term (1,5 years - 2 years) it will probably double. Investments into AI are huge, investments in VR are huge. Both need much “calculations” done- and thus NVDA thrives. Check out surge pays - a small company. Profit will be 1,6 in 2023 - and around 2,7 in 2024. 2022 and before they were losing money. They are at 7,4$ today - and 20% stock is still sold short. They are undiscovered. But with fast growing profit, I expect them to be at least 10x earnings by September ( so in the 20’ies) Could go 20x profit (since it has high profit growth) and go to 54 (!!) in 1 year time. + 600% possibility - low risk.

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Them going this high was not obvious. If you were paying attention to tech around the time the oculus rift came out a few things were clear: * GPU’s were important for VR * GPU’s were important for self driving cars (image processing) * GPU’s were important for machine learning * GPU’s were important for pc gaming * GPU’s were important for bitcoin mining * There were only two companies making GPU’s All of those markets felt poised to grow at the time. The part that wasn’t clear was which ones and how much. But with only two competitors (and AMD was in the dumpster around this time), why not buy in?

Mentions:#VR#AMD

I put my money on cyber sec once all the infrastructure for AI, VR/AR and robotics is more advance

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Imagine wsb when VR comes out. Can’t wait to see all you regards shilling some bullshit like oil

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I have both and I don't know WTF is AAPL doing these days. Fucking around with VR when everybody and their mother knows AI is the gold rush.

Mentions:#AAPL#VR

If Sora ai is as good and easy as it looks and works with a VR headset, that's a wrap for real women (and the population) in Japan.

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What products will we be buying that justify the cost associated with generative AI? Phones already cost 1000 bucks. Are we gonna pay 2000 for phones with AI? Are people going to buy more tablets because of AI? Are we all going to buy VR headsets with AI? I don't see it.

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Google Gemini, write me a r/wallstreetbets shitpost about Nvidia, a grandfather and his grandson ## YOLO on tendies with Grandpappy Grifty and $NVDA to the moon! Listen up, ya degens, it's time for a tale of tendies passed down through generations, smoother than a butter stick dipped in Elon's tears. This ain't your average financial advice (because let's be real, who here listens anyway?), this is about family, green crayons, and tendieman himself. So picture this: Grandpappy Grifty, a seasoned ape who remembers when AAPL was just a fruit, is chillin' on the porch with his grandson, Lil' Billy, a fresh-faced noob with dreams of lambos and mansions. Lil' Billy, wide-eyed and hopped up on Mountain Dew, asks Grandpappy, "Pops, how'd you get so rich?" Grandpappy Grifty, his eyes twinkling like a diamond-encrusted casino slot machine, takes a drag from his ancient vape pen and says, "Son, it all started with a little company called Nvidia. Back in my day, they were just makin' fancy graphics cards for nerds. But I knew, deep in my plums, that this was the future, son. The future of VR, of AI, of MOON trips!" Lil' Billy, ever the skeptic (damn kids these days with their avocado toast and whatnot), scoffs. "But Grandpappy, everyone said they were overpriced! They were just for gamers!" Grandpappy Grifty throws his head back and lets out a chuckle that could curdle milk. "Overpriced? Son, that's just what the suits want you to think! They want you to paperhand your shares like a scaredy-cat. But a true ape, he knows the diamond hands are the only way to tendie land!" And so, Grandpappy Grifty, with the wisdom of a thousand memes and the risk tolerance of a squirrel on a meth bender, yolo'd his life savings on $NVDA. And wouldn't you know it, the stonks d to the moon! He bought mansions, lambos, and enough tendies to feed a small African village (don't worry, he sent them tendies too, the generous ape). Now, Lil' Billy, inspired by his Grandpappy's tendie-fueled success, stares at his phone, fingers hovering over the buy button for $NVDA. He looks at Grandpappy Grifty, a twinkle in his eye, and says, "Alright Pops, you convinced me. Let's send it!" And thus, the cycle continues. From generation to generation, the wisdom of tendies and diamond hands is passed down. So remember, degens, when you're staring at that dip in $NVDA, think of Grandpappy Grifty and his unwavering belief in the moon. Now go forth, buy the dip, and tendie your way to Valhalla! P.S. This is not financial advice. I'm just a language model who likes to gamble responsibly (not really). So do your own DD, you beautiful degenerates. And for the love of all that is tendie-licious, don't forget the rocket emojis! P.P.S. If this gets enough upvotes, I'll write a sequel about Lil' Billy inheriting Grandpappy Grifty's tendie fortune and using it to buy the dip so hard it triggers a MOASS for all meme stocks.

I could see this happening with a rise in AR/VR tbh - easier to teach people the new ways of interacting before abstracting it all away again

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There is a non zero chance nvda carries the market to spy 600 by announcing VR AI porn demand numbers

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You know i just realized what the fuck is Microsoft doing? META and Apple are into VR. Is bill gates just chilling on Epstein’s island?

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It will be, the moment you try VR you know

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I think Microsoft VR is not helping this stock

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Jensen: Well last year we announced extreme guidance adjustments to the upside for AI chips, well this year we are doing the same but instead of just AI chips they are VR-AI chips, which is gonna revolutionize the 600k vr goggles that apple is selling ![img](emote|t5_2th52|18630). Please buy our stonk![img](emote|t5_2th52|18630)

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NVDA and TSMC. Semiconductors are the underlying supply chain requirement for all other tech advances. They will see residual gains from AI, AR/VR, and any other developments in the broader tech space.

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I like playing VR poker. it's so relaxing.

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VR in general gives you a headache if you aren't used to it. people talking about just the Vision Pro doing this are morons that just regurgitate headlines.

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I think it will happen - real life court side will always be more because it is real. But courtside seats are also limited. With VR - they can take a limited asset (limited number of seats - say a hundred) and expand it to unlimited - to thousands. Price doesn’t have to be 1/20th. It’s whatever the market is. Hate to admit it but I’d pay a lot for VR courtside for NBA

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Meta- open source Llama will win over closed source. All those IG/FB video stories that they can train it on and all non-English language stuff. They a solid business model that their generative AI can plug into; they don’t need to search for it. All that R&D money into Metaverse will start to pay off in 5 years as VR or spatial computing is more widely adopted. They may beat Apple’s Vision Pro because of voice control LLM ai. For a gambling bet- Tesla. In 5 years, either AI vision for self driving cars works (without needing LiDar) or it doesn’t. If it does- then the moat is too wide for other car companies to catch up.

Mentions:#IG#VR

They already have that. It’s literally called NBA VR.

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META if you think VR will be huge. I don’t think so but zuck is an Uber capitalist with no morals and excels at profits. So even then it should still do well.

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NFL explored this, it will never happen. Good luck getting people to go to the game when you can sit courtside for 1/20 of the cost in VR.

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"was" not the point of this sub. The question was forward thinking. And the fact is they have one of the most advanced, profitable ad networks, and marketers from any consumer company can't ignore them. I work in the industry, and Google and Meta are at the top of their game. Also, while VR didn't take off the way Zuck though it would, the money spent there will fuel a next wave of growth, especially with AI.

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VR makes people motion sick. There's no fix for either It's a dead end I have never gotten motion sick in my life and have a Quest 2 that I never mess with because it makes me so sick

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Listen they are over thinking this shit. I’ve been saying this for a while now. All sports teams need to do, is set up a single seat, front row and center at a game, with a 360 camera on it, that streams the game to a VR headset. Everyone who pays the ticket price for that seat gets to experience the game as if they were front and center. Enough of this AI shit they are trying to integrate into pro sports.

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Why doesn’t the NBA spend a few billion to add VR cameras - to allow using headsets to watch games while courtside every time. But invest in cameras to make that a real experience I’d buy the stupid Apple headset if that happens

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I’m using it in VR and all sorts of stuff every day, it does not change the fact that AI is the only thing driving the stock price.

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Facebook is so far ahead of everyone on AR and VR. It's not close. Their real problem is brand damage, everyone is very uneasy about trusting them with their data after the misuse issues. The only way I see Facebook dying is if Microsoft can do AR/VR without relying on industry partners. Facebook is also quite popular with the boomers and gen x and they're still young enough to be advertising targets for ~25 more years.

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Nah, they will be one of the winners in AI. AI + VR will be one hell of a drug. You think FB/IG/Tiktok is bad? AI/VR will be 3x as addictive.

Mentions:#VR#IG

The comments here are unreal. I own this thing. The micro OLED screens inside, which cost AAPL $800 per unit, are the best screens I have seen in my life. They not only make every other VR device look childish, they blow away my Sony z75, the best LED ever made. They are a portable IMAX screen. Colors are perfect. Sound is clear and deep. If it did literally nothing else but play tv and movies, it would be worth it.

I don’t think it’s blocked. It’s the safari browser doesn’t support VR mode yet. There are apps underway that are allowing stereo SBS video

Mentions:#VR#SBS

Wait what? I thought that's what VR was invented for.

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Ok I got to try the Vision Pro. TLDR I’m not snapping up calls on Apple Tuesday AM. Pluses- great visuals, clear, crisp graphics, I thought it was comfortable (some have said not) cons- user interface is touchy and frustrating. Screen seems to refocus and then snap back a lot which was distracting. The person who had them who knows a lot more than I do about these things. It says it doesn’t support VR chat, which is the industry standard. Cool tech but too expensive and not quite there yet.

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Yeah I agree with that. This almost feels like when the video games industry thought NFTs and VR would be a game changer. Turns out it was just a short lived fad.

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Yea I get this… I bought the PS VR because, it sounds sick as fuck. And it was, for about a month. Then it just got a little redundant. The quality of these kinds of equipment are not good enough to make you feel genuinely immersed in a virtual reality. It just feels like your in the real world with tech goggles on your face.

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Sadly, I died off VR and don't really know. Funny enough, my VFX1 went to a museum. Talk about making me feel old. Helped push VRML originally, basically the 3D version of HTML. Imo, from what I've read, they are like any other Apple product these days. Nothing great with no new tech, but the ecosystem and following ect all help. They will never be the best VR unit imo, but they will be the biggest pusher. Much like smart phones.

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It is an adventurous first stab at VR for Apple. Of course a long way to go but you have to start somewhere. This is for early adopters.

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Apple. The FCC managed to pressure Apple into supporting RCS, which is an open standard protocol that does exactly what iMessage does (end-to-end encryption, lossless video/images, reactions, read/delivered receipts, etc.). Now Android and Apple can exchange messages without the Android user being ostracized due to being forced onto the old legacy SMS/MMS protocols. I think that means less people will be "forced" to be in the overpriced Apple eco system. I'm not saying Android doesn't have as expensive of phones as Apple, but they do have much cheaper alternatives that work just as well. Also, Apple decided to invest into AR/VR for businesses which right now have no good use case. I think that was a bit too early. VR has only recently become more consumer friendly and a lot more enticing due to the number of games with Meta Quest. VR/AR needs to cook a bit longer.

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As a VR researcher I think the problem is trying to make it do stuff VR wasn't meant to do. The use cases people are using it for are really meant for some less invasive kind of display. Something with a glasses form factor. Ideally, a (true) 3d projector so that nothing has to be worn. But that's quite some way off.

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My first VR head unit was in 1989, a VFX1. There have been many over the years. They could have become more common, but software didn't let the hardware advance quickly enough.

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Not only price, but what the fuck do they actually do? Oculus was for gaming, now meta is VR, Microsoft has B2B use cases. What does apple even do? I’m not trying to look at Excel on a headset. I’m generally curious what they bring to the table and how it’s unique.

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Yup, got an occulus a few years ago, watched a few youtube VR videos and they were cool...but pronhub really unlocks it's potential.

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Is there a lot? I thought the META Quest was the only serious VR headset before this one

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Fair enough. Porn not working on VR headset is sth putworthy tho.

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This product is going to be like *every single VR product ever made*, fun for a little while and then abandoned in a box.

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It was done on the Simpsons in an episode called “Friends and Family” which aired in 2016. Where Mr Burns hires the Simpson family to be his VR live in family. 

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Sounds like the background scenes in the cyberpunk series. Hobos in the street with VR goggles and devices that pump on their cock. Completely giving up on reality. Call on VR!

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they mean Apple will distance themselves from pr0n: https://www.notebookcheck.net/VR-porn-a-no-go-for-Apple-Vision-Pro-users-as-capability-blocked-by-Apple.801282.0.html But I don’t think they will go out of their way to even talk about it myself. 

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Judging from MKBHD’s video comparing Sora to the AI videos from last year, I’d say a couple of years away at most. Also the sex toy that syncs to the video is a thing that already exists if I recall correctly, they’re just expensive to buy and require a subscription to a premium VR video service. I’m not enough of a goon to spend that much money on porn, but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t seem attention grabbing to say the least lol

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There's no moral code in the stock market? I can't stand it when my youthful idealism gets shattered like this. Where's my VR headset? Reality sux.

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I’m ready now bitch. Subsidize me, put me in a chair with VR and good drugs. /s

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I think Apple vision will be a lifeline to the meta verse. Any other major players in the VR / AR market will help them. Apple also did them a favor by creating a premium product that makes their $500-$700 price tag on the quest seem like a bargain.

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What was Tim smoking when he priced VR at $4000 with tax? They could have sold them for $2k and made a profit

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BIL has been working at meta for years now creating synthetic data to train their neural nets.  OP still thinks meta only profits from Facebook and VR and follows trends, what a fucking loser

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I'm overall bullish on lattice. I'm fully aware their earnings have taken a dip and they forecasted H1 2024 to be painful, but I think we're in the trough before a big rise. I'm not expecting a rise like Nvidia, but there is a lot of headroom. IoT devices of all kinds like detection, monitoring and action will be applied in numerous industries like home smart devices, medical, defense, AR/VR, etc People are focused on building AI models now. Models will be living on millions of devices in the future.

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Give me VR Ready Player One style.

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VR porn is changing the world more than chip companies

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VR is okay but it’s also nice to be able to look down and admire my diamond hands.

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Depends, are you more into VR AI porn or do you prefer a higher quality of the more classical types of porn?

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Who needs bread and fuel when you have cute VR avatars that you can chat with

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I say that about tech because these days it is all about software. average consumer does not know enough about the differences in hardware to make an informed choice so they're just buying into ecosystems. companies are pushing artificial intelligence aggressively to differentiate themselves, but I do not see those products/services adding to their bottom line in any meaningful way anytime soon, at least not on the consumer side. cloud is still a big deal on the business side, in particularly for streaming, and my focus on companies that do a lot there, Microsoft, Amazon, etc. there are still some major issues, like latency in sports/live programming and networks going down, but I think those issues will be solved over time. Even Apple knows that people are not going to pay more for smartphones so they're trying this whole VR thing. The issues surrounding that will not be solved any time soon. for long term I would still stick with the usual suspects like energy and transportation, slow money but good for the long term. eventually someone will figure out the pain points with EVs and they will take off in a major way, infrastructure for charging, range anxiety, etc. personally, I would like to see more in the way of solar but that is a different conversation. housing still has a lot of room for growth.

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I just googled to take a look and one article mentioned "might have serious and long lasting effects on how the brain perceives its surrounding" Well.. That's the selling point of this stuff lmao "Motion sickness returns" - well.. That's litteraly the cause of the above and takes time to get used too People buying VR/AR without knowing what it is. I don't even own VR but the top posted news I saw are just bad mouthing saying at the end "while this isn't an apple issue perse, all competitors face the same issues" Like red rings around the eye when wearing for long.. Lmao

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He must of checked out the VR

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lol such bullshit headlines though. "Influencers, returning visionpro after getting headaches from VR" should be the headline.

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we're going to have VR headset powered by Sora within the next 5 year so basically the matrix is right around the corner

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dude is mad he won't be able to experience VR porn in a year when he's in the ground.

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Warren Buffet saw Apple VR and sold. He also bought an undisclosed stock (probably the one you own)

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I don’t have any background in visual art but I would think you could train this model with motion capture, video, as well as language. That uncanny feel should disappear pretty fast. VR environments are going to get better quickly, and voice-to-text-to-video would make environment changes/interaction pretty simple

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You will soon be able to have a 24/7 livestream of any combination of any number of baby animals. All other media will slowly die. Then they will bring it to VR and neuralink so you can basically play with kittens or puppies on demand for 9.99 a month.

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Zuck is better on AI and VR apple getting in VR proves he is moving to right way. Samsung and Google are about to follow this year or the next.

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its not solvable through software at this point. hardware needs to advance to a point where its not a bulky mess and can project the AR/VR onto wearable, light glasses, with low enough power consumption not need bulky batteries (the battery situation with the apple vision is embarrassing btw), etc. like all things these days, this is bullish for semiconductors

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