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  • The New York Times gives subscribers VR headsets
  • The New York Times gives subscribers VR headsets
    The New York Times (2015) ©
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The New York Times gives subscribers VR headsets

The advent of virtual reality has given us the opportunity to immerse ourselves in everything from first-person shooters to David Attenborough documentaries. Now, The New York Times is inviting its subscribers – who number more than a million – to immerse themselves in journalism too.

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