Inside Gear VR, though, you’re there. Really there. You are courtside: you’re sitting so close to the action that you can touch the referee’s or athlete’s knee cap; reach out and grab the Sony camera that flies by you recording every moment of play; see the fast player action as teammates pass the ball so quickly that your eyes can almost miss it; see the paint on cheerleaders’ faces as they perform at halftime, and so on. Yes, you’re there in the moment as Brice Johnson dunks the basketball in the midst of Villanova’s strong presence around the basket. You can see every bounce of the basketball around the rim before it drops (whether in the rim or on the court is up to physics and chance).