Virtual reality’s potential to transform entertainment and social networking has been discussed ad infinitum. But we’re only starting to understand its promise for doing good.
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The promise of crowdfunding is that it empowers small time entrepreneurs to create new products. But failures threaten to scare would-be customers away from crowdfunding altogether.
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Facebook’s CTO tells WIRED that Facebook users will be able to share 360-degree videos soon. And that’s just the beginning of his VR ambitions.
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Facebook’s official mission is to give people the power to share and connect. But the VR of today seems to be more about separation.
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Virtual reality filmmaking is coming—as soon as we figure out what it is. Inside a meeting of the minds trying to figure it out.
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Right now, your phone is the single most important device in VR.
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Oculus will make its first big push to get mainstream consumers to buy and play its VR technology with Samsung phones later in 2015, CTO John Carmack said at GDC.
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If the offerings at this year’s Sundace Film Festival are any indication, VR filmmaking is coming—as soon as these folks figure out how to master it.
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Just as people struggled to find a practical application for hydrogen balloons, small thinking has also plagued the development of one of today’s flashiest technologies, virtual reality devices. But VR doesn’t need a killer app. It just needs to be unleashed on the world, so the people tinkering with it can lead us all someplace new.
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