A Look Into a More Social Virtual Reality With the Makers of Second Life

A Look Into a More Social Virtual Reality With the Makers of Second Life

What might be the implications of VR from a social standpoint? We turned to Linden Lab's CEO Ebbe Altberg and Senior Director of Global Communications Peter Gray to get our answer

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 22 december 2015

Virtual reality headsets are pushing the boundaries of what we can do, from skydiving in the comfort of our apartments to exploring Mars in our pajamas. We’ve seen how the technology has disrupted industries such as gaming, news, travel, and real estate, but we’re still only in the experimental phase as most of the hardware has yet to reach mainstream adoption.

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