The airplane stays up because it doesn’t have the time to fall.
Technologies never stop rushing forward because they don’t have time for resting.
The latest comfort that Samsung has developed is an entertainment system in aircrafts.  Australian carrier Qantas will soon welcome a new breed of gadget onboard – the Samsung Gear VR, along with a Galaxy Note 4 to power it.
How the system works?
Simply, all we need to do is to load the phone with special app that shows 360-degree views of what’s going on and even virtual reality boat ride.
It’s up to you to decide how to use it and what genre of stuff to watch: let it be movie, cartoon. The only minus, we guess is that that the system doesn’t allow to marathon House of Cards, so you simply can use your laptop or tablet for that purpose. Hopefully it is in their schedule to include that capability as well.
Unfortunately this fun is not supposed for everyone, as the number of Gear VRs is limited, and it is not accessible to everyone flying in Qantas: Only folks in Business Class abroad and Airbus A380 going from LA to Sydney or from Melbourne to LA can borrow one. Anyway, even for those who are allowed to use one, the time is limited.
In a nutshell, this is really innovative and entertaining especially for those who don’t feel comfortable in the airplanes and they need something to be cut off from the reality or even for those who get bored and really need something to enjoy and make time flight faster: surely this is a good fit.

 

Samsung’s Gear VR takes flight