Immersive entertainment still sounds like something of the future. Even with the substantial progress that's been made within the past several years and the announcement of new affordable immersive gear from companies like Facebook, the transition to make immersive formats -- like virtual reality -- a household commodity seems far off. But while tech companies scramble to make VR a more accessible format, Hulu -- one of the country's most popular streaming services -- is experimenting with the entertainment side of the technology, preparing for the day a VR headset is in every living room.
"VR is still a new medium. We’re experimenting with VR. Our focus is to learn what content resonates with viewers in VR and create fully immersive vie...
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