April 22nd, 2018 Ed Kennedy
0 comments By many measures Virtual Reality (VR) is the sleeping giant of today’s tech world. Sure, there are numerous forms of emerging tech that are set to change the way we live, work, and have fun.
But none come with the potential that VR does to fundamentally alter how we go about our daily lives. Like any form of growing technology, there can be pros and cons in this change.
This applies to our world as a whole, but also to the Caribbean on a local level. Within our region VR is set to drive a new conversation in a variety of sectors from tech and tourism, to education and media.
And understanding the issues posed by this new tech will be essential to seizing its opportunities. The next chapter of tourism will be more digital and interactive than ever before.
Some cutting edge technology on the tip of our tongues right now has emerged out of nowhere. Blockchain is a solid example of this, coming into being less than 10 years ago with the advent of Bitcoin. Read more from stluciastar.com…
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