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How CableLabs envisions learning with video walls, light field Holodecks, and AR/VR

4 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

As CEO of CableLabs, Phil McKinney's job is to dream big. He gets paid by cable TV providers around the world to do research on the future and how to build the networks that the future will require, particularly to serve the needs of education. Today, CableLabs is releasing a short film called “The Near Future: Ready for Anything,...
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