Body cam footage was submitted on the internet by Alexandre Spindler and showed graphic violence and bloody gunfights. This footage was not in our reality but in virtual reality. VR or virtual reality has had an explosive entrance into the entertainment scene for the last decade as it has rapidly developed. Like when computers were first invented, virtual reality was bulky, unwieldy and extremely expensive. Now people can get an at home virtual reality headset for the cost of a cell phone. As the technology has developed so have the games you can play with it. The game that was shown by Splindler was of a work in progress VR game called “Unrecorded”. With its absolutely mind blowing realistic graphics people are concerned that the experience might be too true to life. Gameplay showing the camera positioned on the characters chest as if you are looking from the perspective of a body cam an officer would use. The character is shown exploring an abandoned building that is tagged up with graffiti. Hostile enemies are shown opening fire and a gun fight ensues. When the computer controlled enemies get shot they react with disturbing realism staggering back and clutching the spot they were shot as blood pours out. Many are fearful that games created with this level of graphic innovation will blur the lines of virtual reality and our reality, and now it looks like there will be no limit to what’s possible.