Virtual reality has a great deal of potential for the betterment of society – but as with all new technologies, we should be aware of ethical concerns that could emerge as social problems further down the line. With this in mind, there is a need for increased legislation and guidelines to ensure both businesses and consumers don’t get caught up in the novelty of virtual reality.

In the second part of this podcast, Steve Durbin, Managing Director at the ISF talks with Emory Craig, an educator and leading expert in virtual, augmented and mixed reality. Here they discuss the dystopian elements to virtual reality, its challenges and its implications, but also the steps needed to manage its legislation.