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Is the VR office a post-pandemic reality?

By Reuters
30 November 2020   |   11:05 am
Once the preserve of gamers with deep pockets, the pandemic is giving Virtual Reality the boost it needs to go mainstream. Avatars, virtual auditoriums, and smart glasses ... the financial sector is bringing the office vibe to employees' homes with the help of Virtual Reality.

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