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  • Audi to launch virtual reality showroom
  • Audi to launch virtual reality showroom
    Sergey Galyonkin (2013) ©
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Audi to launch virtual reality showroom

Whether it's 4D nature documentaries narrated by David Attenborough or simulated museum visits, the applications of virtual reality are increasingly diverse as developers get to grips with the technology. Now, Audi is adding yet another application, with an offering of virtual reality showrooms.

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