In my mind, there are two types of possible virtual reality. Internal, and External. Oculus, and every other company I have looked in to are currently trying to develop external virtual reality which involves the movement of ones physical body to control the device. Although this is difficult to prefect, it is the obvious choice for our generations technology. I would like to know when and if Oculus is going to look in to Internal virtual reality. This would involve a device capable of intercepting the brains commands to one's physical body, identifying each individual command, and converting them into code. The device would then move the players avatar the way the user would move their physical body. Of course while this device is intercepting the brains commands, the user would not be able to move their physical body. I believe Internal VR is the better choice, and am counting the days until I hear word of actual progress. Although I am only 17, I would like to study into this category and eventually make it my career.