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"VR" is the buzz industry at Asia's largest tech fair, Computex, being held in Taiwan's capital Taipei this week.HTC is among major tech firms including Facebook and Samsung that have latched onto the immersive experience platform – forecast to become a huge market.The global market size of virtual reality products may reach $5.1 billion this year and is projected to more than double to $10.9 billion in 2017, according to Taipei-based market intelligence provider TrendForce.Sony is launching its PlayStation VR headgear later this year, while Google is coming up with a new VR platform called Daydream. The current VR products on the market only allow users to immerse in a movie or a game on their own which could also limit the technology from catching on with consumers, experts say.
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