With the XXII Winter Olympics nearly underway in PyeongChang, South Korea, live streaming your favorite events is the easiest way to keep up with the medal count and your favorite athletes.
This year, instead of sitting and staring at a flat TV wondering what it's like to be at the Olympics -- or even just the opening ceremony-- put on a virtual reality headset and watch the event in person. Well, kind of.
You don't need a fancy virtual reality headset connected to an overpowered computer to take advantage of watching the Olympics in VR. I mean, that definitely works, but it's a tad overkill.
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