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Do you also openly bring it back to the problem of surveillance and what corporations are doing with our data? It will show you what you did in the story. It will show you how we use what you did to affect the story. And it will show you the psychological profiling research on which those aspects of the story were based. And there will be some aspects of direct comparison between you and the group as a whole and where you may sit, in what percentile you sit on some of these metrics, for example, so you will have sort of feedback there. If this was to be a work where you thought it was going to be, it was telling you how awful Facebook is and show you, then I think it would be a fairly dull experience.

I thought it was very interesting that recently there was Sundance, and most of the stuff that I read was all about virtual reality, Oculus Rift, the future of storytelling is in a virtual reality. And that might become, I was about to say, even bigger than VR. They are completely different things but in terms of new trends, put it that way, where are we going? How do you see things? I would agree with your analysis, which is that Oculus Rift and VR is consistently exciting because we live in a very image-driven culture and a very tech, innovation-centric culture. And so the idea that something new has been invented is always a source of breathless excitement.

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