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The Future of VR Might Have More in Common with Immersive Theatre than Video Games

Gaming seems like the most natural fit for virtual reality. After all, it was probably most people’s first experience with the technology, especially if their local mall in the early ’90s had a Dactyl […] The post The Future of VR Might Have More in Common with Immersive Theatre than Video Games appeared first on Geek.com.
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