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Why I Changed My Mind About Virtual Reality

I thought it was nothing more than a fun gimmick. I was wrong.

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I was skeptical of virtual reality. For the past few years, I’ve been reading articles and watching videos about the technology as it has rapidly risen in popularity, but I wasn’t so impressed by what I saw.




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