The initial batch of companies in what could be the first virtual reality accelerator have been announced.
Among the projects selected byÂ Rothenberg Venturesâ€™ RiverÂ areÂ aÂ system thatÂ creates 360-degree VR imagery, a headset that uses eye-tracking to build immersive experiences, and an embedded-in-VR journalism project.
Each company got $100,000,Â office space and regular advice and help from a team of expert mentors that includes Philip Rosedale, the founder of Linden Lab and High Fidelity.
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