5G Lab: simulating an interaction between physical therapist and a patient

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These VR developers are simulating an interaction between a physical therapist and a patient.

For every move made here, a 5G signal is being sent 20 miles away and back so fast it feels like real time.

One day, this same low-latency connection will be used for real therapists to virtually work with patients anywhere in the world.

We’re giving developers early access to 5G in this lab, because we know if we provide people the tools to shape the future, they will.

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