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For a while, I’ve been thinking about if VR/AR (a.k.a XR) will eventually replace 2D interfaces or even a web itself. The anxiety coming from this question is one of the reasons why I jump into learning Unity 3D and C# instead of learning Javascript.

And after taking basic Oculus Quest development course, learning about WebXR, and trying new titles on SideQuest, I thought through this question again with a bigger picture in mind. And I think I came up with an analogy that might be an answer.

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Gibeom Lee

XR, VUI, and Drone Technology Specialized Product Designer | Seeking Junior Product (UI/UX) Design position | LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gibeomlee/

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