Why We’re on the Verge of Reality
Derek Lundgren Bittar

Starting with this paragraph, I began to disagree with you. “Virtual Reality will enter our lives faster than we ever expected. It will change not only the way we work but also the way we socialize and empathize with others across the globe.” More than disagree, I hope what you are saying never comes to pass. We do not need more screens in our lives, more immersive alternative realties. People need to spend more time in the physical real world and less in the virtual world.

I know there is no putting the genie back into the bottle but maybe you could temper you enthusiasm with some humanity.


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