Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR: VRX 2016 Featuring Daniel W. Rasmus

Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR: VRX 2016 Featuring Daniel W. Rasmus

Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR

Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR

Last December, Dan participated in panel titled ‘Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR’ at VRX San Fransisco. This post includes the original panel copy and list of speakers, along with the audio of the session.

Serious Insights thanks VRX for the us of this file.

This closing session of the day will look at potential ethical and societal issues arising as VR takes hold. Focusing on both the positive and potentially negative outcomes for users, the panel will dive into what content providers and OEMs should be aware of to minimise risks and ensure rigorous standards.

  • Brett Leonard, Director, The Lawnmower Man and Virtuosity Entertainment
  • Daniel Rasmus, Chief Knowledge Officer, Virtual World Society
  • Andrew Goldstein, CEO, Otherworld Interactive
  • Barry Pousman, CEO, Variable Labs

Panel chaired by: Taylor Freeman, CEO & Chief Evangelist, UploadVR.

Listen to the audio here:

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During VRX, Dan wrote and published following the following blog on how to solve the VR model problem.

Daniel W. Rasmus

Daniel W. Rasmus, Founder and Principal Analyst of Serious Insights, is an internationally recognized speaker on the future of work and education. He is the author of several books, including Listening to the Future and Management by Design.

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