I have to admit to being somewhat of a dreamer; certainly, I relate to people that go after life and get things done. For me, that centers on being raised in a more creative family where both of my parents were professional artists. As a 32-year-old woman, it has helped sculpt how I raise my 4-year-old daughter and especially how I feel about technology and ensuring she is grounded. Too often on the news, I see a story of how someone has become overwhelmed by virtual reality or dangerously addicted to first-person VR shooting games and has acted out in some way. VR can now link the experience to feeling and emotion, which is truly a game-changer. It worries me that perhaps humans are losing the essence of humanity and the creative gene that I grew up with.

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About Richard Sear

Sear is a Partner, SVP & Chief Solutions Officer. He is responsible for our technology, business model, and innovation teams dedicated to powering high growth solutions for our clients' most critical challenges.

Richard Sear

Sear is a Partner, SVP & Chief Solutions Officer. He is responsible for our technology, business model, and innovation teams dedicated to powering high growth solutions for our clients' most critical challenges.

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