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Weekly Roundup: Stay up to date with these Virtual Reality predictions, trends, and charts

Virtual Reality Takes Off and 4 Other Social Media Trends in 2016 
Virtual reality comes to social media. “Imagine sharing not just moments with your friends online, but entire experiences and adventures.” That’s what Mark Zuckerberg wrote after Facebook acquired Oculus, the virtual reality company, for $2 billion back in March 2014.
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The Year Virtual Reality Becomes a Consumer Reality
2016 is going to be a very big year for Virtual Reality (VR). Why now? Because there are hundreds of companies betting big on the consumer VR market since all signs point to excitement. Consumers are excited because the technologies are becoming “affordable” and the content is finally starting to be “good.”
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Why virtual reality will change communications in 2016.
VR is the new must-have communications tool, says Sawsan Ghanem.
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Wireless Desktop VR May Be Closer Than You Think.
Walking around in VR is a fairly surreal experience, until you trip over the cords that is. Cordless desktop VR is a fantasy that many think is a few years away, but according to Nitero, a company focusing on 60Ghz Wi-Fi solutions, it may not be that far.
Goldman Sachs Has Four Charts Showing the Huge Potential in Virtual and Augmented Reality.
Virtual reality
started making fresh headlines in 2014, when Facebook made a $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR. Now Google Inc. has ramped up its "VR" game by focusing Clay Bavor, vice president of product management, solely on virtual reality.
Photograph taken from Edelman Digital by Adam Hirsch
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