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How will virtual reality change our lives?

How will virtual reality change our lives?
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  • We investigate a secret order that allowed Israel’s army to kill Palestinian civilians to stop the capture of a soldier.
  • Virtual reality brings users as close to the real experience as we can get without ever leaving home.
  • Maarten Laken – Neuropsychologist specialising in virtual reality
  • Tensions between India and Pakistan are matched by heated rhetoric on the news.
  • It’s the wave of the future that promises users an experience that’s out of this world.

Electronics giant Sony launches its new virtual-reality headset, entering a competitive market.

@AJEnglish: How will virtual reality change our lives?
– @AJInsideStory

It’s the wave of the future that promises users an experience that’s out of this world.

Virtual reality brings users as close to the real experience as we can get without ever leaving home.

It’s a booming business.

Companies are racing to outdo each other and come up with the best technology to plunge users into an alternative world.

Sony is the latest company to unveil its newest gadget.

But beyond the fun and games, can virtual reality improve our lives?

Presenter: Hazem Sika

Guests:

Benedict Moran – Independent virtual reality journalist and filmmaker

Gry Hasselbalch – cofounder, Data Ethics.eu.

Maarten Laken – Neuropsychologist specialising in virtual reality

Ousama Itani – Senior Innovation strategist, Al Jazeera

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