At the Electronic Entertainment Expo, consumers get to learn all about new video-games and the hardware that drives them
One hardware that’s considered to be the next frontier for gaming and other media is Virtual Reality.
VR headsets create a new level of immersion – one that takes a user right inside an artificial world.
But some say that intense experience can also create a level of danger that hasn’t been fully recognized.
“The difference between virtual reality in a headset and a screen based game is the level of embodiment that you have,” Todd Richmond told Take Two’s A Martinez.
Listen to the full interview on 89.3 KPCC.