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VR may well help us remember the ones we love...

Memories are hard to deal with, both the good and the bad, but there is now the potential with VR to be able to capture your life experiences and experience them again in the future in a more immersive way than ever before. I like the idea of being able to go back in time to experience my daughters first steps or my sons first try and really relive it all. Imagine being to share with future generations who their ancestors were and how life use to be. I'm sure there are many business applications here too especially in the training and education space. The mind starts to wander some what.. yes no more boring vacation slide shows

But while big budget productions will rake in millions in the coming years, the on-the-ground presence of virtual reality will be about more than studios—it will be about sharing individual experiences and recording personal moments. And that’s maybe not a good thing. At a recent Cannes Lions Festival appearance, Google VR vice president Clay Bavor said some interesting things about the future of VR, as a way for users to start reliving their own life experiences. It starts with the close connection between memory and experience. “When you look at your brain under an fMRI,” he said, “remembering and experiencing look very similar.”

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