An Ethical Reality Check for Virtual Reality Journalism

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Virtual reality journalism is with us to stay, and will become even more realistic and immersive as technology improves. Already, virtual reality headsets and vivid sound tracks can put a viewer into stunning, 360-degree scenes of a bombed-out town in Syria. They can drop him onto a dark streetin Sanford, Florida, as George Zimmerman surveils Trayvon Martin.

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