Telepresence and vision synchronization collide in a future where VR is about mutually beneficial possession

As history has shown time and again, the magic we're allowed to attribute to the world is inversely proportional to the current state of our technology. As telepresence and vision synchronization in the VR space rises, for example, the topic of spiritual possession will no doubt lose some of its magical and supernatural association. In this way, virtual reality has the power to not only affect various industries, as covered in PSFK Labs' Virtual Reality Debrief, but to let us take over the body of a willing participant.

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