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What's your take on the divide between full VR and augmented reality?

Which has more potential for making a major impact on our society?

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William Holz
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Data Analyst, Visualizer, and Healthcare Strategist at Lightbeam Health Solutions
AR is definitely stronger IMHO, both as a life enhancement and as a bridge to more useful and advanced VR.

Plus, AR+Haptics gives us the Wearable Holodeck with no new techs, just enhancements of what we have...and that's an economic and ecological game changer.
Nabeel Nawaz
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Nabeel Nawaz Entrepreneur • Advisor
Chief Operating Officer at Mindstorm Studios
Augmented reality especially applications that are "flush" with ones lifestyle and don't require you to walk around with a weird looking thing attached to your face.
Joanan Hernandez
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Joanan Hernandez Entrepreneur
CEO & Founder at Mollejuo
VR and AR serve different experiences. That said, I think AR is going to be bigger, just for the fact that interacts with reality, as it name implies.

Cheers!
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