Players beware, super-realistic VR is a philosophical minefield for humans

Virtual reality has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past few years. Whether we are talking about the capabilities of VR technology itself, its price, or the VR games we have now available, there is no doubt that virtual reality has been improved. Although the Valve Index is still expensive, there are now many good budget options. Oculus Quest 2 is only priced at $300, which is a very good headset by all technical standards.

However, as with all new technological innovations, there are bumps on the road. For example, although Quest 2 is excellent in terms of cost performance, it needs to be fully integrated with Facebook before it can be used. This raises questions about the ethics of business conduct and all privacy issues that impose users in the social media field. As far as the technology itself is concerned, there are still many problems to be solved, such as the tracking of HP Reverb G2.

“Our sense of reality is changing-from the physical world to experience.”