Dear Angelica is a great example of what's possible when you give some powerful creation tools to super talented artists. I'd seen screenshots of this experience and wondered what the big deal was. How could 3D drawings be all that impressive? It's amazing how expressive these drawings can be when you actually see them in motion. Scenes literally draw, and erase all around you, accompanied by captivating music and sound effects. Mae Whitman provides an excellent voice narration to the piece. There are plenty of people with zero interest in video games that would get a better understanding of VR's potential if they only were aware of these kinds of experiences.