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VR Events And Meetings Could Soon Go Mainstream


VR Events And Meetings Could Soon Go Mainstream

VR events and meetings

By Tim Bajarin

As a technology analyst since 1981, I have attended thousands of press conferences and events worldwide. In someVR events and meetings cases, I flew thousands of miles to attend these events in places like Beijing, Athens, Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Paris, Geneva, and various other regions in Asia and Europe. Many were in the US and hundreds more in Silicon Valley. In almost all cases, I attended them in person.  Last week, I took part in what may be the next significant way people experience media events and business meetings of all nature, thanks to a new VR application called Arthur.  Read the rest of the article.


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