Virtual Reality Needs More Time to Fully Develop

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Despite the progress virtual reality is making as it enters the collective consciouness, The Washington Post's Anick Jesdanun argues that the platform has a ways to go before becoming truly mainstream.

Jesdanun writes, "VR makers are working with media companies to expand options for non-gamers, much the way radio maker RCA started the NBC network nearly a century ago to fill the airwaves. Eventually, they figure the new technology will produce new storytelling forms — for instance, choose-your-own-adventure narratives that viewers can influence through their actions. But that’s some time off."

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