How Far Are We From Real-Time Virtual Reality?

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Real-time virtual reality would make an experience like virtual reality travel so much more immediate and visceral.

Nanalyze takes a look at the current tech landscape to see which companies are working in the space now and where it might go in the future.

They write, "If we can master real-time virtual reality, we can do any number of exciting things...Just being able to observe a place in 'real-time virtual reality' opens up a plethora of applications aside from just travel. Could we build such a travel solution with technology that’s available today? Let’s see if we can. First, we need a company that can stream live real-time virtual reality."

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