Huffington Post Makes VR a Staple of Its Newsrooms

At the rate things are going, you might have a hard time avoiding online virtual reality. The Huffington Post (owned by AOL and Verizon, just like us) is launching players for 360-degree and VR content on just about every platform it uses. You’ll logically see them in articles on the web (both desktop and mobile), but the outlet is also promising immersive experiences in its Android and iOS apps. You’ll first see the technology in action during Ryot‘s coverage of the Republican National Convention when it starts on July 18th, and it should reach all of HuffPo‘s international editions. VR won’t just be reserved for the occasional experiment, we’d add — the aim is to use it whenever it makes sense.

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