Two years after world-leading 3D firm EON Reality opens its European headquarters in Manchester reporter Lucy Roue attends their experience workshop to try out the latest virtual reality inventions.
«Not only is it a lucrative venture but they are offering something different for the headset consumer. Instead of games, they are providing educational software that benefits everyone from ophthalmologists to American Football players.»
Johansson explains: «The experience is similar to what we have been doing on the very high end for big simulators for companies like Exxon and Boeing but now it is accessible to everyone.»
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