Breaking Boundaries - The Arrival Of Vr Casino Gaming

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Blog 7 – Breaking boundaries – The arrival of VR casino gaming – Part 1 The medium of Virtual Reality is hardly a brand new concept; in fact it has been around since the late 1980s in one form of another. Back then it seemed to be viewed as some form of science-fiction technology and was shunned far more than it was embraced. Many turned their back on the idea of VR before even using it, which in many ways unfair to the medium. However, after a failed attempt to re-launch the idea back in the 1990s and 2000s, in 2015 the idea looks to be back with a vengeance. Through several years of dedicated development, it looks like the online casino industry is about get a taste for what VR is all about. But why the concept looks to be both…show more content…
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