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“Think of all the things in your life that don’t actually need to be physical that could be replaced by a hologram in a world where you wear smart glasses,” says Mark Zuckenberg, CEO of Facebook

Virtual reality is developing “faster than expected”; strongly convinced of this technology, Facebook has invested billions in VR to build a super innovative future within 5 to 10 years

Meta-universe, replacing the physical with the digital, buying virtual goods, virtual tours, etc… the possibilities are just huge.

TV sets will no longer need to exist physically, It can just be an application that projects images on a wall that can be shared with  friends, explains Mark Zuckenberg

With such technological advances, virtual or augmented reality is not just a way to create a new experience but involves economic and society changes ; this is what we call Tech for Good

As an example, VR technology has the potential to improve and help the lives of people with disabilities in terms of education, employability, integration into society or business…

For people with physical disabilities, virtual reality (VR) offers the possibility to live extraordinary experiences, such as climbing a mountain, skateboarding or swimming in the sea, perhaps for the first time; having a virtual office at home, attending physical meetings or trainings  through tour customized avatar remotely ;

To learn or live collective experiences in real time via VR immersive platforms such as the inclusive VR Rooms of 5Discovery where you select your body, your virtual learning environments, your interactions… offers emotional and rich experiences

Innovation combined with human provide great perspectives for change

The inventions developed yesterday have changed the world we live in today. There is no doubt that VR, when well thought out, will open up new dimensions of learning and experiences that were previously difficult to access… for a more inclusive society