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Avatar director James Cameron has revealed that, while some may be interested in the potential of virtual reality for the entertainment industry, he isn't particularly enthused.
Speaking at a Wall Street Journal conference panel (via The Hollywood Reporter), Cameron explained that while he may have merrily embraced 3D technology for Avatar and its sequels, the latest step forward in technology holds no such draw for him.
"There seems to be a lot of excitement around something that, to me, is a yawn, frankly," he said. "The question that always occurred to me is, when is it going to be mature, when is it going to be accepted by the public at large, when are people going to start authoring in VR and what will that be?