Is VR the future of entertainment?

With online and real life meshing together and many working remote permanently will that happen also to entertainment. Virtual concerts, comedy clubs where you meet as VR avatars with a performer. Or movies becoming interactive with a VR component

…Though it may seem as if Adventure Lab is mostly about the potential wellspring of social content, Adams is keen to have it spur a new kind of VR “gig economy for performers.” The idea being that comedians and actors — both famous and unknown — can leverage their popularity, set their own schedules and rates, and work “from the comfort of their couch.”


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