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  • This vest lets you feel the games you play
  • This vest lets you feel the games you play
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This vest lets you feel the games you play

Predicted to reach $100 billion in 2017, the gaming industry shows no signs of slowing. But console manufacturers and game developers are always looking to create new gaming experiences, and immersive technologies are gaining more traction.

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