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Virtual reality technology can take users to places they may not have been before, like deep beneath the ocean’s surface and far into outer space. For Ernest Reitzel, it allows the 90-year-old to visit the World War II memorial in Washington, D.C., something that was once out of reach. NBC’s Olivia Sterns takes a look at the future of the “next big thing” in consumer technology.