There has been no more disruptive technology during the past few years than virtual reality (VR). The centerpiece of nearly every recent technology or gaming conference or expo, and with companies like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive hitting the mainstream market with VR headsets, VR has become the current defining technology trend. On the very crest of the wave rides Seattle-based VREAL, a streaming virtual reality service company. Can you see your business sponsoring a virtual reality conference or having meetings in a VR boardroom?
When you disrupt an already disruptive technology, you stand at the forefront of what's next. In this case, VREAL vaulted out there by creating a truly unique VR interactive environment, where a streamer playing a game can interact and share with viewers in a real-time, 360-degree, theater-like experience, creating a 3D, as opposed to the current 2D, experience. By taking risks, reinventing the wheel and listening to what the industries trends are pointing to, you can easily find ways to disrupt a disruptive space. This is what VREAL did with its innovative venture into VR.