Pittsburgh Entrepreneurship and Virtual Reality

I had planned to plug another friend and blog a note about entrepreneurship in Pittsburgh when the Post-Gazette beat me to it. This is a nice little piece with a lousy photo about an intriguing application of "virtual reality" technology (the legal and policy implications of which are just starting to get broader attention). The founder of this little company is a "serial entrepreneur" and native Pittsburgher named R.F. Culbertson. The phenomenon that he represents is well-known in tech-hungry places like Palo Alto and Boston. We need more of it in Pittsburgh.


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