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FEATURE6 March 2017

Data interaction in 3D

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Virtual reality isn’t a new concept, but the technology has attracted huge investment in recent years and is now much more accessible. This could be good news for researchers, writes Bronwen Morgan

Virtual reality (VR) went mainstream in 2016: Oculus Rift – the Facebook-owned system – arrived on the UK high street in September (it had been available in the US and online earlier in the year), as did rivals ...