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batye
batye
11/2/2016 1:03:47 PM
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Re: And not a moment too soon
@dmendyk like everything else it depends on point of view... or reality we are in :)

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Adi
Adi
11/2/2016 12:20:47 PM
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Re: VR and OTT
@afwriter - I still feel the use of VR for more traditional TV services is still unlcear. I think there are still concerns about headsets and bandwidth/visual quality. But there's probably potential in industry, for productive video. Thats seems to be a more clearly defined opportunity. I do think VR will take off in the consumer world, but I think that's a riskier bet. 

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dmendyk
dmendyk
11/2/2016 12:19:57 PM
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And not a moment too soon
Good thing virtual reality has arrived ... because actual reality is getting too damn depressing to deal with.

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clrmoney
clrmoney
11/2/2016 11:10:15 AM
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virtual reality and augmented rising
When the two augmented and virtual reality combined to makes billions of dollars for the virtual world we use online like work from home or social media websites so as time go on it will keep increasing and growing.

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afwriter
afwriter
11/2/2016 10:55:13 AM
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VR and OTT
When I think OTT I think NEtflix and when I think Netflix it is kind of hard to wrap my head around what they could offer in the VR realm.  On the other hand, I am starting to come around on VR.  I really felt like it was going to be another 3D TV, but unlike 3D TV it only seems to be growing in popularity and that is with little to no advertising promoting it. 

I don't watch a lot of TV, but I have seen one PSVR commercial and one demo in a target.

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