Virtual reality comes to Humboldt

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By James Wilde

 

Virtual reality has come to Humboldt, with VR headsets available in both the McKinleyville and Humboldt State University libraries.

Reporter James Wilde went to both libraries to check out virtual reality… For real.

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2 Comments

  1. Jerry Jerry Tuesday, November 27, 2018

    It’s interesting video and interesting topic!
    Soon, VR may become part of our daily life, helping us to better understand the world around us. Also like electronics, you can reda at https://besttechexpert.guide/. Journalists, teachers, doctors and retailers are already using VR in their work.

  2. Jerry Jerry Tuesday, November 27, 2018

    Soon, VR may become part of our daily life, helping us to better understand the world around us. Journalists, teachers, doctors and retailers are already using it in their work.

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