Partner David Fink
co-authored the Entertainment and Sports Lawyer
article “VR and AR in a Real World” discussing the groundbreaking technology that’s now becoming mainstream—virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). While this highly publicized and long-awaited technology has gained popularity over the last year due to the release of head-mounted displays such as the Oculus Rift, many have not considered the potential legal issues that may arise, as well as the physical risks involved with this new technology.
“While the fully immersive experience of VR is what makes it unique and appealing, it has also spawned perhaps the top (and most obvious) concern regarding VR—the physical risks involved,” said David.