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VR keep on fighting racism

An assistant professor of social work at Columbia University, Cogburn and her team have been creating a project named¬†1000 Cut Journey¬†in collaboration with Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, which is led by Jeremy Bailenson. According to Endgadget, this is the first time showcasing at the Brown Institute for Media Innovation. With the use of an HTC Vive virtual reality headset users are put in the body of a black man, Michael Sterling, at four different stages of his life. Titled in reference to the gruesome torture method of death by a thousand cuts, each scene in the experience is a composite of real-life stories, garnered

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