Edition 12/2017
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Virtual reality games offer all kinds of stunning possibilities such as flying over roofs in Paris or in Hamburg and diving into unknown dimensions of the universe. In an interview with Hamburg News, Oliver Redelfs, the new project manager at gamecity:Hamburg, noted that unlike the hype surrounding virtual reality ten years ago, contemporary developments are stable. Redelfs also outlines how Hamburg can profit from the enthusiasm surrounding virtual reality and indicates the latest upcoming technological trends.

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