By Michelle Reis
Virtual reality. When we hear these words, we may immediately think of computer or video games, while others may conjure up images of Neo from the 1999 sci-fi classic The Matrix.
And while it’s true that the origin of virtual reality (VR) and most of its uses have been rooted in gaming, thanks to technological advances and the buzz around Oculus VR—a company recently acquired by FaceBook due to its virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift—its potential is being realized in new industries.
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