Socialising in VR

Virtual reality start-up goes from Liverpool to Silicon Valley

Most enthusiasts for virtual reality, me included, believe 2017 is going to be the year the technology moves from its extended fanfare to becoming a significant part of people’s lives. Most VR supporters similarly believe, as does Mark Zuckerberg, who bought the Oculus company in 2014, that social interaction in virtual reality will be the leading use that VR is put to, ahead of gaming, entertainment and education. But most are still hazy as to how socialising in virtual reality might work. ….[READ]


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