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  • Breakroom is an immersive virtual reality office
  • Breakroom is an immersive virtual reality office
    Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung (2015) ©
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Breakroom is an immersive virtual reality office

Having the odd pot plant in the office is known to make for happier and more productive workers  so imagine how much difference an entire natural vista could make. Breakroom is VR app that lets people escape the fluorescent lights of the office for a more pleasant environment.

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