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Our unrealistic expectations about VR are harming its development

Many viewed the coronavirus pandemic as the opportunity for the virtual reality industry to finally take off, perhaps even replace smartphones, as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had predicted not long ago. And to be fair, the coronavirus lockdown and social distancing measures that followed accelerated tech adoption,...
Many viewed the coronavirus pandemic as the opportunity for the virtual reality industry to finally take off, perhaps even replace smartphones, as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had predicted not long ago. And to be fair, the coronavirus lockdown and social distancing measures that followed accelerated tech adoption, and some sectors “jumped ahead five years.” For VR, the circumstances were exceptional; it could enable remote meetings and virtual presence and fill the void left by our lack of in-person interaction. But that moment never came. Some even warned of a VR winter. We had a VR-killer-app moment in 2019 when Valve… This story continues at The Next Web
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