Virtual Reality is all about presence, so content that lets you create and share live moments could be its killer app
Getting people to try out a VR experience for the first time is usually not hard. The novelty factor gets most people curious enough to at least give it a go. And having watched a lot of newbies (or VRgins as I like to call them) go through those first moments of immersion is always a lot of fun, as they gasp and reach out to touch things that aren’t really there.
Getting people to try out a VR experience for the first time isn’t usually hard
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