The New York Times Book Review
“Bailenson defines V.R. as a scientific and cultural tool. He explores the idea of creating interactive stories – and even has words of advice for their would-be directors – but it’s clear that he’s first and foremost a scientist, testing hypotheses and proposing new therapies.”
NPR’s Weekend Edition
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with virtual reality researcher Jeremy Bailenson about his new book Experience on Demand. And she also tries some VR herself.
Stanford’s Jeremy Bailenson says “there’s a reason people aren’t playing video games for 10 hours a day in VR.”