SkyLights provides headsets for onflight virtual reality experiences.
For a public increasingly accustomed to nearly ubiquitous internet access, with on-demand video and continuous social media feeds, the airline cabin too often feels like a final, frustrating frontier. But David Dicko, a French entrepreneur, is among the many taking aim at in-flight entertainment ennui. His start-up, SkyLights, has built a virtual reality headset that allows travelers to watch the latest 3-D Hollywood releases at their seats. The device, with a six-hour battery life, is coupled with noise-canceling headphones.
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