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The Virtual Reality Winter — Is This The End?

It feels like the winter of Virtual Reality’s discontent in these early days of 2017. Last year’s sales projections have been slashed, Best Buy has banished Oculus from many of its stores, and the heady excitement of 2016 is all but gone.

And many of the more promising — or hyped — startups from the last few years — including Vrideo, EnvelopVR and River Studios — have been unable to…

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