Nonny de la Peña

Emblematic Group

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Journalist and Co-founder of Emblematic Group which produces virtual reality documentaries

Nonny de la Peña on KCRW

Last week, Facebook's "Oculous Rift" began shipping headsets to customers, but virtual reality is about much more than games or entertainment.

Can virtual reality make you feel empathy?

Last week, Facebook's "Oculous Rift" began shipping headsets to customers, but virtual reality is about much more than games or entertainment.

from To the Point

Last week, Facebook's "Oculous Rift" began shipping headsets to customers, but virtual reality is about much more than games or entertainment.

Can Virtual Reality Make You Feel Empathy?

Last week, Facebook's "Oculous Rift" began shipping headsets to customers, but virtual reality is about much more than games or entertainment.

from To the Point

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