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Markus Proctor, Founder of EduPal, looks into a Google Cardboard virtual reality viewer that uses a smartphone to create an inexpensive virtual experience. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)
Markus Proctor, Founder of EduPal, looks into a Google Cardboard virtual reality viewer that uses a smartphone to create an inexpensive virtual experience. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Cardboard viewer helps Md. virtual reality startups deliver

While a new generation of high-end, virtual reality headsets is slated to hit the market in the coming year — potentially transforming gaming and home entertainment in the process — some local companies are taking advantage of an open-source design to bring their inexpensive virtual reality applications to the market. EduPal and Alchemy Learning, which showed ...

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