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Financing, consumer adoption obstacles to VR: study

Briefs | 06/29/2017 12:42 pm EDT

A new report indicates that the number of companies operating in the virtual reality space in Canada has grown quickly in the past few years, though they say obstacles to their success include consumer adoption, financing and the maturity of the market overall.

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