How Virtual Reality Might Change the Way You Work (Infographic)

| August 13, 2018

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Big tech companies continue to make big moves in the augmented reality space. Earlier this year, Facebook acquired Oculus VR, creator of a virtual reality headset for 3D gaming. Additionally, Apple patented a technology for a 3D display system that lets users control virtual objects with hand gestures. What could these recent investments mean for the not-too-far-off future of virtual reality in the workplace? Collaboration software provider PGi recently offered a few predictions.

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