Virtual Reality

VR and Franchise Law: Franchisee Emptor

One of the most interesting thing about the evolution of virtual reality is the constant, ongoing interaction between this rapidly-evolving technology and business. There isn’t any template for the development…

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Virtual Reality, Virtual Certification

There’s a fascinating short video about pretty much the exact opposite of augmented reality, which nevertheless, has an important message about the widespread impact of something that initially seems local.…

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Club Penguin for Adults

On December 15, 2016, Oculus officially launched Oculus Rooms, the VR pioneer’s first move into social VR. Essentially, the idea is that you and your friend/acquaintances/enemies can gather together in…

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Taking Privacy and VR Seriously

They’re Watching You. Really. One of the most vital, yet elusive, legal issues surrounding VR is privacy. The concept has its roots in the oldest, most basic elements of American…

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Squirtle Goes to Washington

Jefferson Smith: I-I-I don’t think I’ve ever been so thrilled in my whole life. And that Lincoln Memorial! Gee whiz. That Mr. Lincoln, there he is. He just lookin’ right…

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VR and Mental Health

In drama, there’s this fascinating convention called The Fourth Wall. The Fourth Wall is the term used to describe the way in which the actors in a live theatrical performance…

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VR, AR and Loading a C-5

One of the earliest, and most consistent users of virtual reality has been the military. In all kinds of military jobs, VR provides a way to enhance work to make…

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Copyright, VR and MOOCs

One of the things that makes technology different from many other businesses is that in order for a product to succeed, you need partners. More specifically, you need developers. Whether…

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