Advocates of a mainstream existence for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) content generally bet that the pathway to that existence is a header -- as in helmets, goggles or something else people wear on their heads. Mobile devices rate a distant second, as in smartphones or Google's Cardboard product. But after Digital Hollywood's annual Media Summit last week in New York City, all bets are off.
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