1. Control a game with your body
Controllers? Forget about ’em. In the past, the barrier to moving across to VR (virtual reality) was the clunkiness of the headsets and the time lag, which can cause motion sickness. Seamless, cloudbased VR games that you can play anywhere require huge amounts of data and low latency (data transfer time, basically) – and that’s where 5G comes in. Not only will games become more fluid and immersive, but you’ll be able to ‘see’ your fellow players as you play, thanks to facialscanning technology.