That's different, though. I can see Mrs Grim... coming through the door when I'm playing GTA5 on a TV.
This is exactly the point I made early on in the Oculus thread, there's a big difference between being sat in front of a normal console/PC with an audio headset on, to having a complete VR contraption strapped to your head - especially in terms of 'awareness of your surroundings and availability to people nearby'.
When Hearthly Jnr was younger I had a baby monitor set up in my line of sight when playing Saturday night games with the chaps, so even though I couldn't easily hear the monitor if it was all kicking off noise wise over the headset, I could see the lights flashing if she was disturbed. It's lots of little things like that which will count against VR for many folks IMO - especially those in family houses.
Please let me be clear about this, I'm not 'ANTI-VR BAN THIS FILTH' or anything like that, (on the contrary, it's very cool tech), simply suggesting that it's not going to be commercially successful/mainstream in its current guise, if indeed at all. (Bit like that OnLive thing.)