"All the content in VR is there purely for formal expression. What is quite important as well is that when you meet people in virtual environments, you actually have a body and that means that you are spatialized and you are three dimensional. We think that a lot of the problems that current technologies are bringing probably come from the abstraction of the two dimensional format in which we have been engaging with it. The fact is that that leads to things being synthesized so much that in the end we have given too much density of data and communication and we become disembodied and therefore things like empathy do not translate."
Jordahn, Sebastian. "Live Interview with Space Popular as Part of Virtual Design Festival." Dezeen. May 5, 2020.