This piece by Mike Treder just raises questions. It doesn't try to answer them. Still, they're good questions. How would you use a full-immersion virtual reality technology if it were available? As Mike ends up putting it: "Once the technology has been perfected and the virtual reality you can experience is near-ideal ... how much of your time do you think you would choose to spend there?"
What, I add, if you spent pretty much your whole life there? What would be gained? What would be lost?
"how much of your time do you think you would choose to spend there?"
More importantly, how would you know?
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