Is there a gender issue in VR?

The movement to get more Women in VR

Oculus Connect was awesome in every way for me — but one. It was teeming with expectations and energy. It was bubbling with the promise of a revolutionizing technology just hitting its stride. The speeches were inspiring, the demos dazzling and the dining delicious. So why did I, no newcomer to VR, feel strange? Let me rewind. I attended a VR event full of people trying demos but the vibe was different—and not just because it was in San Francisco. ….[READ]

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