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    Microsoft is working to make VR more accessible to the visually impaired with one of its latest research projects.

    VR is traditionally thought of as an immersive visual medium, but Microsoft Research has developed a novel way to give visually impaired users a way to interact with VR as well.

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    02-19-2018 02:30 PM

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