OK I wasn't clear enough. Both VR and autonomous driving are worthy goals to pursue. I meant business/investment wise; these two catalysts are somewhat murky. Admittedly autonomous driving is a disruptive technology, and its good to be at the forefront,but the competition will be fierce. Cheap and affordable will win (FPGA, asic), and I dont think Nvdia will be interested in selling sand. VR... I have no idea why investors think VR is a huge deal. OTOH computing driven AI, aka deep learning, is a much more general technology (autonomous driving being just one implementation), that will shape the future. There is no doubt about that.