Here you will find a selection of links to philosophical and popular work relating to Virtual Reality. To download our VR modules, click here and then click on the module's title.
It’s dangerous to think virtual reality is an empathy machine
An essay for Aeon magazine I wrote about VR and empathy
Using Virtual Reality to Teach Empathy
An essay by Liz Brazile for Yes! Magazine where I offer critical views on VR empathy
Professors simulate life and death moral dilemmas with VR
An essay by Guy Campos for AV Interactive describing our research
Experiments in Virtual Philosophy
An essay I wrote for Daily Nous about the problems with thought experiments and VR
VR Technologist Discuss the Ethics of VR
An essay by Lauren Mahoney about a VR ethics event I participated in
Can Virtual Reality Teach Us Empathy?
An interview with Orla Barry for “The Green Room” on Newstalk (Ireland National Radio)
Experimental Philosophy Laboratory: Pushing New Boundaries in VR
A description of the VR Philosophy Lab I organize at Santa Clara University