For senior citizens, the future of VR lies in the past

Craig Palmer hasn’t left his Manhattan apartment in four years, but on a recent afternoon, the 78-year-old made a transatlantic voyage—while seated upright in his bed. Back and forth the man moved his head, his eyes obscured by the Gear VR headset he wore. The experience was among Palmer’s first with VR, but that made it no less important. The bedridden man represents a population that has been forgotten by the VR industry: seniors. Read more at Wired.

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