@Nigel_Tufnel Not at all. A simple stereoscopic filter is all they need. VR customers would use the same exact stream, but instead of one 2D image appearing on their flat TV screen, they get two 2D images on the two screens in their VR headset. With each image projected from a slightly different angle, mimicking the slightly different perspective of each eyeball, your brain automatically combines them together, creating a 3D image in your head. The technology is simple because the brain already does all the work. The cost of porting the app to the Oculus and Steam Stores would be negligible.