VRLA Summer Expo 2018 recap

Once I was in an audience where one of the panelists asked the crowd how often we’re in virtual reality. By a show of hands some had never tried it, others had only sampled it, while some were monthly or weekly users. The panelist was a daily user of VR and the point he was making was that it had become somewhat unremarkable to him, it being a normal part of his job, and giving him a different perspective compared to the audience. It took effort on his part to understand that to the majority of users the tech was still new, exciting, and magical. I don’t mean to sound like a tool when I say this, but that’s sort of how I felt about VRLA 2018. Continue reading “VRLA Summer Expo 2018 recap”