Virtual reality is the new tech frontier, but it's still a boys' club
I'm a really big fan of AMC's show, "Halt and Catch Fire." It's set back in 1983, around the time of the invention of the PC — I was still working for IBM then. This was the dawn of the PC revolution — a very big-deal moment for a nerd like myself. But even that revolutionary shift could be overshadowed by what's going on now in virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence. They're estimating 170 million VR users by 2018. And the gold rush is under way, as startups fight to position themselves.
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