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XXIII.6 November-December 2016
Page: 24
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Let’s get a grip on virtual reality!


Authors:
Uday Gajendar

  Quick: How do you interrupt someone plugged into virtual reality (VR)? I was faced with this peculiar issue when meeting with a colleague working on VR. Ambling over to his desk amid an open-air setup of cubes and pods, I noticed right away that he was fully plugged in. Giant dark goggles covered his face, his head bobbing and weaving while his hands gripped two controllers, making jerky movements as if he were playing air guitar. Yup, he was in another world for sure! So how could I approach him and let him know I was physically there for…




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