We’re hard at work on brain-computer interfaces, and the question that arises is… what if those interactions don’t just read the thoughts we deliberately send?
it’s easy to see how the drive for community has become harder to achieve as our ‘community’ expands to fill a global reach, and the numbers of practicing religion members steadily declines around the globe. How do we build a community that lasts? It might sound silly, but Niantic thinks the solution is playing games.
It's as easy to find articles saying virtual reality is dead as it is to say it will have total market saturation in five years. So why the disparity?
Social networks are taking off in VR. What do they bring to the table that traditional networks don't?
While room-scale experiences are far and away better, are they better enough?