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Remember when Space X captured the historic first stage landing on a drone ship - in 360-degree view no less?
That was less than a month ago. Since then, Reuters reported that virtual reality technology would be a huge part of the Cannes film festival.
In addition to virtual reality film screenings, a pavilion located at the fesival will also facilitate VR discussions during Cannes' Marche du Film sessions.
"You have to think that now you have 360 degrees that you have to cover," said director Milica Zec, whose VR film is showing in Cannes. "When you have a regular standard film, the screen is in front of you but here it feels like you're inside of the screen as a viewer," Zec explained.
And at the Google I/O's annual festival in Silicon Valley today, VR was a hot topic for developers also.
“Virtual reality is coming to Android N," announced Clay Bayvor, Leads Virtual Reality team at Google. "It all started at a Google IO two years ago with cardboard. And since then cardboard has done some pretty amazing things. We’ve enabled thousands of developers to build their first VR app and users have installed more than 50 million cardboard enabled apps," Bayvor told the crowd - visible from all angles for those watching on the live feed.