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Peter Dobson CEO of Geekzonia wrote an article about ways to improve success for VR
OnRec feature our “Quite literally out of this world” VR Events Job
Article from Chris Price at Tech Digest about VR markets and social VR
Our VR Events Host Job is featured on MSN.
One in 5 Brits say they would like to give up the physical world and live in virtual reality.
- Study by Geekzonia found that 17 per cent of Brits would rather live in a virtual world
- Twenty two per cent of these people cited Brexit and Trump as their incentives
- Other factors included wanting to visit extraordinary places such as Mars
- Thirty-three per cent of VR enthusiasts also hoped to meet favourite fictional characters such as Superman, The Hulk and Captain America
Geekzonia’s first job in VR is featured in this fun article by AOL
Invision Community – The results revealed that body confidence transcends into the virtual world, with the majority of respondents admitting they would make their VR avatar look like themselves, only better looking.
Praseed Nair at Growth Business – Brexit and Trump are the two main drivers for Britons looking to virtual reality and online romance for escapism.
Steve Tackle at The Virtual Report, explores this new survey.
“Geekzonia – a place that makes Garth Marengi’s Dark Place look like a Plasticine pastiche” crackin words by Edmund Ingham at Hipsters, Hackers, Hustlers
Excellent article and well researched by Alice Bonasio Tech Trends
Looks like Holly Brockwell at Gizmodo will be applying for this one!
Steve Tackle at The Virtual Report describes spending your working day in Virtual Reality
Lovely introduction from Peter Graham at VRfocus
Indiegogo news from Invision Community
Our co-founder Carina Walsh was featured in this article by Debbie Williamson We are the City
Janice Burns The National Scot spoke to co-founder Peter Dobson