We exist and experience things in a 3D world. Why is our media still concentrated in 2D rectangles?
XR (extended reality) makes fully immersive devices that can transport your consciousness to other places, which might allow organizations to give news consumers a more immersive experience.
In the future, today's films and videos might be called "flatties" because media will have depth.
XR could allow researchers to literally walk through data sets and graphs their working with, possibly leading to increased understanding of the data and retention of information.
We could be at an inflection point where access to this technology — at an affordable price — becomes widespread.