On any given day inside the studio office of RazorEdge, a technology consulting firm situated on the second floor of The Agora concert venue, one can experience multiple realities. One day, take your virtual dog to the grocery store; the next, mark up designs for a construction gig (with your hardhat). Or maybe play a game of 3D Angry Birds right on the floor before your feet.
On a recent Friday afternoon, Reynaldo Zabala, RazorEdge’s founder, stood behind his computer station in an orange sweater and a flat cap, surrounded by a series of state-of-the-art virtual-reality (VR) headsets. He said loudly, “Alexa, can I schedule an appointment at the vet, next Friday?”
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Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Mark Oprea.
Originally published March 16, 2019.