But having that much power concentrated in one place is inherently dangerous, especially if leaders come along who are not so hung up on ethics, he said. And whenever one side of a relationship has far more information than the other side, there's the potential for abuse, he said.
Comedy clubs are but one small portion of society that could see a huge benefit from VR implementation via platforms such as AltspaceVR.
Amy Cross's insight:
This has been "thing" in Second Life for as long as I can remember! People think SL is a place that came and went. Maybe the hype came and went but the community is strong, vibrant and full of energy! Music, dancing, comedy, art....
So in the meantime, skeptics, if you want to understand why VR is going to be so big, you’re going to have to use something we used to use a lot before television, and computers, and VR: your imagination.
From a new mom tearfully re-experiencing her infant daughter six months later, to Paul McCartney remembering what led him to write a hit song, virtual reality startups have uncovered how the new technology can store human experiences like no other medium before.
GenDev claims that it will generate ongoing revenue with an end-user store for large-scale virtual reality games, apps (some free, some not) and experiences - all powered by way of an advanced VR content-rendering engine. They plan, through a score of non-profit partners, to “give back” by way of free education games and hardware for students at low-income schools. Oh yes, and to extend virtual reality employment training and opportunities to refugees in need of jobs.
Two MIT Sloan School of Management graduate students launched Rendever Health, a startup that aims to integrate virtual reality technology into programs at senior living facilities throughout the country.
Inclusion of women in virtual reality is crucial. Women bring a unique perspective. And the inclusion of them has never been more important in a technology where people are creating these incredibly powerful, emotional experiences where you’re shaping worlds.
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