When we first took a look at GE's Neuro VR project -- which sends you on a journey into a musician's mind (literally) -- it wasn't available to the public. Now, all Oculus owners can enjoy the experience that blends data visualization from a real MRI (of Ladytron musician Reuben Wu) with immersive entertainment. Virtual reality is easy to pitch as a tool for nobel causes like education and rehabilitation, but it's also just pretty darn cool to experience -- and it's projects like Neuro VR that will merge both these aspects. If our early report whetted your appetite for the slick 90fps experience, you'll likely appreciate the video trailer too, which we've kindly snuck in for you below. Neuro VR was pencilled to arrive on Gear VR, too. It's not there right now, but it's possibly worth keeping (both) eyes on the store.