Video game creators have long been eager to bring players into the worlds of games. Throughout the years, new innovations have added 360-degree views of more realistic environments and haptic feedback through controls. Because augmented reality and virtual reality take this a step further and can make the player excited about the world she is in – whether it’s the augmented real world or a fictional world – these technologies have become synonymous with gaming.
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