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Brian Hart
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I don’t necessarily fully agree with this. At conferences and events like VRLA they very clearly and obviously state that your photo may be taken and used for publicity purposes. Most people will use VR in the comfort of their own homes. IMHO I doubt fear of having a selfie taken of them while in a headset at a conference or an event will keep the newbies away. This would actually make a great Twitter poll question. “Would you be upset if you knew that people were taking selfies with you while you were in a VR headset at an event?” My guess is millennials won’t care, 35+ will.

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