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Last edited 04 Feb 2020
An end product is anything that is the intended or unintended result of a specific action or process, be that physical or conceptual.
An end product may also be conceptual, e.g a revolutionary new idea that might have resulted from a brainstorming process. While in virtual reality, an end product can be experienced without having to create a physical object.
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