Virtual Law Enforcement, Virtual Sociology, Virtual Reality

“How does the human identity change now that we’re digital?” said Assistant Professor Jeremy Bailenson, director of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford. Virtual reality technology isn’t new. Some of the first high-tech virtual reality systems were aircraft simulators before World War II. But Bailenson is one of the pioneers examining how people behave socially when they’re immersed in virtual reality. And some of his team’s findings are compelling.

Read this article from the San Francisco Chronicle with commentary from ZDNet’s Roland Piquepaille

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