Virtual Reality: Shortly before setting off to New Worlds – Culture

This is what Facebook's Project Horizon looks like currently: Thanks to the 3D glasses, microphone, and avatar, users must meet each other in a virtual space.  Photo: Facebook
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This is what Facebook’s Project Horizon looks like currently: Thanks to the 3D glasses, microphone, and avatar, users must meet each other in a virtual space.

Photo: Facebook

At the Dragon Days Fantasy Festival, three Literaturhaus virtual reality experts discussed. Tad Williams, Benjamin Rudolph, Eva Wolfngel all think it will soon permeate our lives – Facebook is already working on it.

Culture: Thomas Klingenmaier (TKL)

Stuttgart – Only when we take off our bodies, this clumsy blocking lump, does life really begin. This is not the utopia created by the high-tech visionaries of Silicon Valley. It is an ancient hope that resides in many religions. This could be one of the reasons why many people who did not grow up with computer games and plunge into 3D worlds of the computer consider virtual reality, or VR in short, a suspicious juggling game.

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