Virtual reality is young. Its so young, those working on virtual reality projects still have trouble notmaking people vomit. But even in its infancy virtual reality has shown immense promise it may even helppeople actually care about each other.
Earlier this month, virtual reality content company HoneyVR announced its new initiative, Catalyst, which pairs filmmakers with charities to produce virtual reality shorts(3 to 10 minutes long) on social issues. The filmmakers will be chosen from HoneyVRs Hive network, a collection of hundreds of artistswith experience in CGI and 360 video content. HoneyVR CEO and co-founder Steven Austine has high hopes, stating thatvirtual reality can provid