Ayden Ye Hanzhong, co-founder of VeeR, a producer and distributor of virtual-reality films, at the exhibition of Cannes XR film competition entries at Longfu Temple in Beijing. Photo: Simon Song Ayden Ye Hanzhong, co-founder of VeeR, a producer and distributor of virtual-reality films, at the exhibition of Cannes XR film competition entries at Longfu Temple in Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
Ayden Ye Hanzhong, co-founder of VeeR, a producer and distributor of virtual-reality films, at the exhibition of Cannes XR film competition entries at Longfu Temple in Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
Virtual Reality

A true believer in the potential of virtual reality, Chinese producer predicts 5G, falling costs will make it mainstream within five years

  • Virtual reality has not yet been fully embraced by consumers or the gaming and entertainment industries, but Ayden Ye believes that will come – and soon
  • As his production company VeeR shows Cannes Film Festival VR competition entries in Beijing, he says 5G and cheaper cameras and headsets will take VR mainstream

Topic |   Virtual Reality
Ayden Ye Hanzhong, co-founder of VeeR, a producer and distributor of virtual-reality films, at the exhibition of Cannes XR film competition entries at Longfu Temple in Beijing. Photo: Simon Song Ayden Ye Hanzhong, co-founder of VeeR, a producer and distributor of virtual-reality films, at the exhibition of Cannes XR film competition entries at Longfu Temple in Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
Ayden Ye Hanzhong, co-founder of VeeR, a producer and distributor of virtual-reality films, at the exhibition of Cannes XR film competition entries at Longfu Temple in Beijing. Photo: Simon Song
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