Cluster allows users to virtually attend a meeting or event

The potential of virtual reality for a range of uses—from education to video games—continues to grow. But one company wants to use it not as a way to create a new reality but to mimic one that businesses already know too well.

Cluster wants to take the conference or business meeting to the next level by offering a virtual space for groups to meet.

In a recent press release, the company explains that Cluster could help groups overcome some of the common challenges that come with planning large events. For example, a virtual meeting would save time and effort: no more spending money on booking venues or using manpower to organize events months before they happen. Through virtual reality, meetings can happen quickly—and perhaps more efficiently.

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