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  • SpatialOS enables collaborative VR experiences
  • SpatialOS enables collaborative VR experiences
    Paul Bence (2017) ©
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SpatialOS enables collaborative VR experiences

With new devices from Samsung and HTC coming on to the market, an estimated eight million VR headsets are expected to be sold in the UK in 2018. But virtual reality is currently a very personal experience. SpatialOS could change that by enabling large-scale multiplayer experiences.

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