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Virtual Reality Has Arrived, But Not for Full-length Movies

Virtual reality, or VR, has exploded onto the consumer market this year. While people can watch short VR content and even play games in VR, consumers who want to watch a fully immersive, full-length movie in virtual reality will have to wait. There are a couple of reasons why full-length VR films are problematic, according to Lucas Wilson, Supersphere VR founder and executive producer. First, viewing technology is still in its infancy. "Just looking through those lenses,...

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