‘Virtual reality is genuine reality,’ argues philosopher.

‘Virtual reality is genuine reality’ so embrace it, says philosopher

It’s difficult to see people living their lives in virtual reality when the experience consists of swinging your arms around in the middle of the room while wearing a gadget the size of a house brick strapped to your face. But, according to philosopher David Chalmers, who advocates accepting fate, this is where mankind is headed. As technology advances, virtual worlds will match, and ultimately exceed, the actual universe. And, with endless, compelling experiences at his disposal, he believes the tangible world may lose its charm.