Virtual reality needs to simplify to be successful

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Posted 22 July 2017, 4.31am edt

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Virtual reality has the potential to add value to people’s media habits, with certain kinds of experiences having a very positive impact but it needs to fit into people’s lives easily, and be as simple and intuitive as watching TV says BBC resear...

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