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Reality Gap

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Angel | Alive

About Reality Gap

Reality Gap, Inc. was founded in June 2007, by Michael A. Williams, J. Mark Hood, and Nolan Bushnell. Reality Gap is the publisher of Monato Esprit, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game; Battleswarm: Field of Honor, an FPS vs. RTS online game; and the developer of MetaTIX, the universal virtual currency system. The company is based in Seattle, Washington.

Headquarters Location

Seattle, Washington, 98060,

United States

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Latest Reality Gap News

The C.E.S. Reality Gap

Jan 8, 2013

— Dalton Marks (@daltonmarks) 7 Jan 13   Of course, just because C.E.S. is the best place to gawk at newfangled gadgets does not mean that it is a place to pick out what to buy immediately. The new 4K TVs at #CES are drool-worthy and like boats: crazy expensive & something you’ll want your friend to own instead of you. — Ben Lower (@benlower) 7 Jan 13   Matt Buchanan, a writer for Buzzfeed, predicted that 4K televisions would eventually become standard, once the prices come down. But he said this could take several years. I suspect my next TV (in several years) will be 4k and probably made by Vizio — matt buchanan (@mattbuchanan) 7 Jan 13   Mr. Buchanan did not travel to Las Vegas to reach this conclusion, though. He wrote an article explaining why this was the first year in the last six that he was not attending the show. It read: Two overlapping trends have chipped away at CES and events like it: First, software and services have become the soul of consumer technology. Hardware (seriously doesn’t the word “electronics” in the conference’s dusty title make your eyes instantly droop a bit? ) has become increasingly commoditized into blank vessels that do little more than hold Facebook and Twitter and the App Store and Android and iOS. And the best and most interesting vessels, increasingly, are made by the very companies making the software. The second major trend threatens not just CES, but all the gatherings like it, including the increasingly moribund political conventions. The social web has replaced the trade show as a platform for showcasing and distributing products and concepts and ideas. When major tech companies —and new, tiny tech companies! — have a product to launch, they host their own events and rely on the press, Facebook and Twitter to do the rest. On Quartz, Christopher Mims was more blunt. He has already declared this year’s show a dud. The CES existential fear: “68% of consumers are happy with the technology they have now,” notes Quartz’s @mims.

Reality Gap Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Reality Gap founded?

    Reality Gap was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Reality Gap's headquarters?

    Reality Gap's headquarters is located at Seattle.

  • What is Reality Gap's latest funding round?

    Reality Gap's latest funding round is Angel.

  • Who are Reality Gap's competitors?

    Competitors of Reality Gap include Emergent Payments and 1 more.

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