IN DEPTH From medicine to military applications
By Jordan Garland
When you think of virtual reality, you think of games. You imagine yourself running around a Tron-like rendition of the real world, participating in a massive game of laser tag, shooting your friends in the face without any consequences.
Of course, that’s precisely what the Oculus Rift was designed for, with its note-perfect balance of affordable hardware and the cutting edge. And yet, the most exciting innovations going on aren’t anything to do with kill/death ratios, gruff dudes shooting aliens or Tron.
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