NEW YORK, Nov. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With Google officially launching its Daydream VR headset tomorrow, manufacturers declaring 2016 as ' the year of VR ' and more companies investing in the virtual reality technology, Reportlinker Insight has written three articles on virtual reality includinga survey to investigate if Americans are ready to adopt this new technology. Recent Virtual Reality updates: 1. Google officially releases the Daydream VR headset on November 10 2. The NFL is launching a virtual reality series on YouTube & Daydream3. Intel Buys Virtual-Reality Specialist Vokehttp://www.theverge.com/2016/11/1/13489018/google-daydream-view-headset-release-date-november-10Reportlinker Insight published a survey to answer three questions: 1. Considering the big investments made for VR headsets, is there a real echo for consumers? 2. What's the feedback of their experience? What improvements can be made to completely satisfy the consumer and to enlarge its adoption? 3. What is the purchase intent for these VR devices? Results:1. A disconnect exists between public's VR views and marketers' enthusiasm Half of respondents are unable to name a VR brand. However, more than seven in ten of respondents have a positive attitude toward VR, when explained. 2. Technology new to most, but users give it solid marks Those who have tried a VR gave a score of B for the general experience (6.9/10 of overall satisfaction score) The realism, the high-quality interface and the immersive potential were the most impressive elements of the experience. 3. Mainstream VR acceptance and willingness to spend are lacking The majority of respondents (55%) who have never tried a VR device are not interested in taking a test drive with the headset.