How to Set Up Your Room for Virtual Reality [infographic]

| September 14, 2018

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The Virtual Reality gaming revolution has arrived, and chances are you'll be caught up in it soon - but like all new technology, it pays to get yourself prepared.Follow these tips to get yourself ready for the hottest technology there is, as Palmer Lucky (founder of Oculus VR) said, "Why shouldn't people be able to teleport where they want".

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