OK. I've waited two years now for Microsoft to get off of its butt and create a VR version of Windows. I assumed that they would do this for PR reasons last year but I heard nothing, zip, nada. I keep hearing about HoloLens and that is so painful to watch. Who charges developers $3,000.00 for a development headset? Especially when any GearVR could do this with the right software and another camera for depth perception.
But, they could look up to date and market responsive right now simply by adding VR features to Windows 10.
We have everybody and their brother trying to put Windows 2D desktop into VR and others trying to stream VR desktop games to Google cardboard. In the meantime, Microsoft sits there like a giant behemoth that can't or won't change direction. It's Hololens or bust. Don't get me wrong, I have stock in Microsoft because they came out with a business scale tablet first. But, I'm seriously thinking I may need to sell it soon.
And now we read that Google is launching a version of Android for VR here!
The only company slower than Microsoft in adopting VR is Apple.