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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.- If you're curious about all the tech talk surrounding those new Oculus headsets, but don't have $800 to invest in VR right now, we may have a cheaper solution.  Samsung just released its own device: the Gear VR.  It's headset that integrates your existing Galaxy Note 4 smartphone as its video screen, offering the full 360-degree virtual reality experience for around $200. If you haven't tried it yet, prepare to have your mind blown. The available content is quickly growing,  from live streaming events, concerts and simulations,  to virtual tourism,  gaming and movies.   Imperial Computer Solutions' Casey Cochran gives us a "show and tell" for Tech Tuesday.

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