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Buzz Aldrin stars in VR messages that will keep Mars astronauts from being lonely

Excitement is building about a possible manned mission to Mars, and virtual reality is going to play a role. Startup 8i and Time Inc. announced a partnership to bring holographic messages from former astronaut Buzz Aldrin and musician Reggie Watts to VR in early 2017. Time will use 8i’s holographic imagery technology to create lifelike […]
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