Virtual and Augmented Reality

We could be overcomplicating virtual reality more than we need to

As VR becomes more mainstream and easily accessible, new discoveries are being made constantly. Image: REUTERS/Albert Gea

Alexis Blue

Assistant Director, University Relations Communications , University of Arizona

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