IDFA DocLab: Virtual Reality experience
My first Virtual Reality experience was pretty intense and pretty nauseating. Yet, I didn’t stop, I wanted to go through everything to be able to write about it (I’ll do it soon). One thing that’s particularly interesting besides the experience itself, is what people think VR does or has the potential to do with our minds, and societies, and ethics and everything else. Follow up on the topic soon.
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That's an old name and an old poster. This year's version of IDFA DocLab conference was called Immersive Reality. We're moving a scary step forward.
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