Voices of VR Podcast – Designing for Virtual Reality

Designing for Virtual Reality


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#520: Oculus’ VR Privacy Policy Serves the Needs of Facebook, Not Users

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#519: How ‘Rock Band VR’ Accidentally Became a Music Creativity Tool

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#517: Biometric Data Streams & the Unknown Ethical Threshold of Predicting & Controlling Behavior

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#516: Privacy in VR is Complicated & It’ll Take the Entire VR Community to Figure it Out

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#515: Embodied Cognition Experiments with EleVR’s Math Museums & Hyperbolic Space

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