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This VR Exhibit Lets You Connect with the Human Side of War

A pioneering photojournalist hopes VR can restore war photography’s dramatic power to influence and inform us.
by Wade Roush

Sun streams through a grid of skylights, carving the gallery’s wooden floor into a checkerboard. When I look up, I can see wispy clouds passing overhead. Large photos hang on the gallery walls. They’re pictures of a landscape devastated by war and portraits of men fighting in those wars.

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