Well, VR is going to disrupt What will that look like?
It’s impossible to know for sure, but we can make some educated guesses.
This is fun to watch for about 30 seconds, even less if you imagine four more couples repeating it.
He’s talking about the philosophical implications of VR — but the sentiment is much more broadly true than that.
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Every day we hear how new technology is going to disrupt this or that industry.
Ultimately, all of the little nuances that gives face-to-face communication special power can be recorded and transmitted.
One of the demos Oculus showed at E3 this year was Toybox.
The demo put two users into the same virtual space together, allowing them to play with toys together, using Oculus’ gesture-tracking motion controller. Even without facial expressions or detailed avatars, VR is already able to engage the social parts of our brains in a way that no other technology can. You’d exchange sly glances, and wouldn’t know what to do with your hands.
and strain sensors to capture the pose of the face from within a head mounted display (see the video below). While there’s still some work to be done in terms of accuracy and form factor and eliminating the calibration step, this stuff could easily make its way into consumer products in a hardware generation or two. Maybe you’d both look a little cartoonish, but your partner would feel very real — and every gesture and tiny facial expression would be there.