GO improves slightly in some of these areas (e.g. Glare, God Rays, Black Levels) and drastically in so many others (no screen Door Effect, Tetherless, Multi-Room Use).
I am already using GO for VR experiences just as much as my Rift on a daily basis. For example: The first Rift game that gained my dedication was Farlands. With GO, I have something similar, Pet Lab. I love it! Not to mention that I was dedicated to beating Dead Secret Circle using GO the moment it arrived.
I see these devices more as companions. If Santa Cruz improves upon the lenses even more, while bringing full motion tracking and hand-controllers closer to that of the Rift... then the future of VR is going to be insanely wonderful.
Not sure how to scale this from 1-10 on how much better it is for movies. But if 1 = Go is way worse than Rift, 5= Go and the Rift are about the same, 10 = Go is way better than Rift.
@Shadowmask72 - I really wish someone would say how much improvement it has over the Rift for watching movies. Like on a scale of 1 to 10 how much better is it please?
@Rob_In_Phoenix - Would that be because of less Godrays then the Rift, or because the movies on the Go look much sharper and less blurry?