Kimberly Culp and Shannon Yavorsky published “The collision of VR, big data and the law” in the Daily Journal on September 27, 2017. Here is an excerpt.
Imagine putting on a VR headset and walking into a virtual room in which you are surrounded by a 3D canvas showing your organization’s data in various forms. You can distinguish data points by size, color, and transparency and move the information around with virtual controls to help understand the relationship between discrete data sets and identify patterns. Is this starting to sound like Minority Report? It turns out the future is here.