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Virtual reality is posed to become a fundamental technology, and outfits like Magic Leap have an opportunity to become some of the largest companies ever.

The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup :: Virtual reality is posed to become a fundamental technology, and outfits like Magic Leap have an opportunity to become some of the largest companies ever.

Kevin Kelly, founding executive editor of "Wired" magazine, discusses the history and future of virtual reality, which he wrote about in his cover story for the May issue: “Hyper Vision.”

Optical systems engineer Eric Browy looks through a photonics verification test rig in Magic Leap’s optics lab.

The internet is still at the beginning of its beginning | Kevin Kelly | LinkedIn

The Inevitable: Understanding The 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future by Kevin Kelly The book is related to genre of business-and-anvestin

ArtStation - VIRTUAL REALITY, Mark Chang

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The History and Future of VR | Kevin Kelly trying early VR prototypes in Jaron Lanier's lab in 1989. | Credit: COURTESY OF KEVIN KELLY | From Wired.com

The History and Future of VR - WIRED's editor-in-chief Scott Dadich talks with the author of our May issue cover story to talk about WIRED's long history with VRand what's coming next. The post The History and Future of VR appeared first on WIRED.

1990s virtual reality as seen in The Carousel of Progress (photo by Matt Novak)

The father of virtual reality believed technology promised infinite possibilities. Now, he worries that it's entrapping us.

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Visitors enjoy virtual reality driving with goggles and driving simulators for the presentation of Japan's automaker Nissan at the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo.

Who Owns the Future? by Jaron Lanier, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1451654960/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_9T8Hrb0CMCRES

In his new book, Who Owns The Future, Jaron Lanier argues that we need to reshape the information economy. He details how the idea that information is free may ultimately lead to economic disaster and presents interesting potential solutions.