Christopher Ho

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With virtual reality, the future of video is here today. VR is a fully immersive medium that places the audience right in the middle of the action with a full 360-degree 3D…

KCRW’s virtual reality highlights: Nas live in concert, VRLA coverage and more

With virtual reality, the future of video is here today. VR is a fully immersive medium that places the audience right in the middle of the action with a full 360-degree 3D…

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