E52: Season 5 Episode 7 – The Field and Future of Virtual and Augmented Reality
In this episode, Tom Dunlap and Kurt Klaus of Dunlap, Bennett, and Ludwig chat with Will Gee, the CEO of Balti Virtual about the field and future of augmented and virtual reality. Listen in as they cover topics such as VR and the AR Cloud, the potential future of the industry and what Balti Virtual has learned through business culture, growth and working with some amazing clients.
Visas And Who They Are Given To There are different types of visas for different types of immigration. For example there is the E-Visa, which is for investment, the L-Visa for intercompany...
What Is Probate And How To Deal With It? Probate is what happens when someone passes away unexpectedly or just hasn’t planned for their death at all. You typically see this in scenarios where...
Understanding An MSP An MSP or managed service provider is essentially IT consulting and IT outsourcing that wouldn’t be provided by a normal IT service provider. This can cover a wide variety of...
AUSA National Security Tom Dunlap sits down with David Verhey and Robert Eatinger, partners for Dunlap Bennett and Ludwig, and Major General Charlie Fletcher, at the AUSA cocktail part in...
The Best of Blackletter: Season 2 in Review During the first season of episodes, Tom Dunlap brings famously experienced business people, lawyers, accountants, and anyone else in the realm of...
Everything You Need To Know About Commercial Lending Tom Dunlap speaks with George Cave, senior vice president at Sandy Spring Bank, the leading lender in commercial lending, and Robert Deal a real...
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