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    5G will Promote the Accelerated Development of VR

    Now the world's most powerful companies are accelerating the development and layout of 5G networks, and even some countries have begun to sign 5G cooperation agreements with related communication companies.
    Let us imagine that if 5G can gradually replace 4G networks, the Internet of Things will become a common phenomenon.

    For example, VR will it be explosively driven by 5G?

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    #2
    Why would 5G help VR?

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      #3
      Because it can be a long time to paint and a popular topic.

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        #4
        Probably refers to the speed for online vr apps that are huge in size, but i don't buy the sales pitch just for that.In fact, this time i will put my teen foil hat on as there has been a lot of smoke lately which should be a indication of fire.
        I changed a few years ago to fiber optics and a cat 7 cable and my internet fails +someone with skills stealing my connection stopped.I also like to believe that i have removed part from the emf from my home

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          #5
          5G could be a big step for VR devices where processing is done remotely and then streamed to a 5G capable headset.
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            #6
            It wouldn't, streaming VR is not a good option

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              #7
              Starlink will be better and cheaper.
              Lower latency, higher bandwidth, but less stable ping/pong.

              5G infrastructure gonna cost a massive fortune to build just in the US alone.
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                #8
                In an environment where you want absolute minimal latency, if 5G is cheap enough to be used on a home-scale, it could be feasible.

                ...but there are probably better alternatives.

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