NextVR executive chairman Brad Allen watches the Golden State Warriors season-opener against the New Orleans Pelicans during a demonstration of NextVR's virtual reality technology at Oracle Arena in Oakland on Oct. 27, 2015. Using the virtual reality glasses, fans could see the action in 360 degrees in real time.
NextVR executive chairman Brad Allen watches the Golden State Warriors season-opener against the New Orleans Pelicans during a demonstration of NextVR's virtual reality technology at Oracle Arena in Oakland on Oct. 27, 2015. Using the virtual reality glasses, fans could see the action in 360 degrees in real time. Doug Duran Bay Area News Group
NextVR executive chairman Brad Allen watches the Golden State Warriors season-opener against the New Orleans Pelicans during a demonstration of NextVR's virtual reality technology at Oracle Arena in Oakland on Oct. 27, 2015. Using the virtual reality glasses, fans could see the action in 360 degrees in real time. Doug Duran Bay Area News Group

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