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I know it's virtual reality but it's called 4D, there's no way around using some sort of headset that filters the screens but from their inception they have sucked comapred to what we see on a 2D screen, but they are getting better

A physics chip would jsut take the stress off the CPU without having to calculate whatever numbers they calculate and drive the whole computer. I see a physics calculations going onto an added PCI card or added to the PCB (like its not crowded enough already)
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I know this is getting off topic, but check this out:
http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/20...0428019757.htm

So yes technology will continue to progress in ways we can't even imagine now. After all Bill Gates once said "64K ought to be enough for anyone."

And the 4th Dimension is Time. So really any monitor is capable of displaying 4D. You don't need virtual reality for that. You can get 4D ultrasounds now. Although 4D with virtual reality would be more real.

We see 3D images projected onto a 2D monitor. This is the same as how we live in a 4D(or theoretically more) world but we only see 3D.
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Someday our monitors will be replaced with holographic projectors. We have the technology, just right now the cost is extremely prohibitive.
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Sidenote: Currently, most physicists believe there are 11 dimensions.
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