You Haven’t Left The Building But Your Brain’s On A Virtual Reality Trip

You Haven’t Left The Building But Your Brain’s On A Virtual Reality Trip

By Linda Poon

You can now experience the aftermath of Nepal’s earthquake or get a sense of what it’s like to be in a refugee camp without leaving home. Will that make you more likely to donate to a cause?

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