1. R

    Harassment in VR Gaming Apparently a Problem

    cNet is reporting on a survey released by the research firm, The Extended Mind, and social VR platform Pluto VR. The survey of 600 people who play VR games at least twice a month state that 49% of female respondents have experienced sexual harassment, as well as 35% of male respondents. One...
  2. H

    Dealing With Harassment In VR

    The developers of QuiVr have come up with a simple solution for people that feel they are being harassed in their game called a Personal Bubble. With your own "superpower" activated, other players dissolve as they get close to you making it impossible to virtually "touch" anyone. Now, though...