AMD has announced the acquisition of Nitero, a company that made a "phased-array beamforming millimeter wave" wireless chip for VR/AR headsets:
Nitero has designed a phased-array beamforming millimeter wave chip to address the challenges facing wireless VR and AR. Using high-performance 60 GHz wireless, this technology has the potential to enable multi-gigabit transmit performance with low latency in room-scale VR environments. The beamforming characteristics solve the requirement for line-of-sight associated with traditional high-frequency mm-wave systems, potentially eliminating wired VR headsets and enabling users to become more easily immersed in virtual and augmented worlds.
I'll say no thanks to a headset with cables connected to it. Those are for the early adopters.
Combine it with this [soylentnews.org]? The turbines could provide air flow and could run a generator set to provide power.
"How can we make jet packs more unsafe exciting for our customers?"
"Trick them into thinking they're in a fantasy world!"
"Brilliant! *sips whisky*"
Oh wait, you're talking about a power generation scheme. Sounds loud as fuck, 0/10 immersion broken.