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Virtual Reality Gets Its Own Network

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#1 Grinler


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Posted 31 December 2006 - 03:14 PM

Cnet is reporting about a non-profit group, International Association of Virtual Reality Technologies, that is designing a network called NeuroNet to be used only for virtual reality."To that end, IAVRT is working with its VR member peers and the global community to create and govern a new real-time virtual reality network, separate and distinct from the Internet, which will be called the Neuronet. The Neuronet will be designed from the ground up as the world's first - and only - network designed specifically for the transmission of virtual reality and next generation gaming data. The Neuronet will organize the virtual reality world and ensure its safety, reliability, and functionality." More info about IAVRT can be found below.

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