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18 June 2015

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Could virtual reality get young people more engaged with news?

With more VR headsets and 360-degree video available, this platform is now open to more people than ever, but how can it work for media?

"In two years from now, when an event happens like the Boston Marathon bombing and people want to see the aftermath, they're not going to watch it on video, they're going to want to put on a headset and be there."

Virtual reality pioneer Nonny de la Peña said virtual reality is "just another platform, and one that's here to stay", speaking at the GEN summit yesterday.

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Journalism.co.uk
18 June 2015