Definition for vr (2 of 3)
Origin of v.r.
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Origin of V.R.
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And just as Hollywood embraced 3D, Dr. Marks says that Hollywood is interested in the VR experience.
That control over the whole experience is super important, especially in the early stages of VR.
And undoubtedly those studies will be done, because VR is really a new medium.
“It sounds a little bit extreme, but I often do the comparison that VR is to a movie as a movie is to a photo,” Marks says.
Those $2 billion have also served to legitimize the work other companies have been doing to expand the VR experience.
And they went wyth hym from Vr in Chaldea/ to go in to the lde of Chanaan.The First Boke of Moses called Genesis|William Tyndale
Thåt folk skowde him mit êrbêdenese and tha prestera wr don ang vr sina frêga.The Oera Linda Book|Anonymous
The pronoun of the first person is often ic 245, 385; vr pl.
The etymology of the word has been given as the Old Swedish vr (sacramentum) and vringar (sacramentarii, soldiers bound by oath).Sweden|Victor Nilsson
In time the name from Vr du mindre became altered to its present name of Kjerteminde.A Danish Parsonage|John Fulford Vicary