I just finished watching this video from Mike Alger and I had to share. He hits many points that I agree with, based on a background both in tech and anthropology, and at the end of the video he looks at his own bias, assumptions,and reasons behind his interest in this field. Good stuff. Applications that base interaction on things we do naturally and intuitively will have faster mainstream adoption than those that require us to learn new paradigms, and VR is another space to get that right or get it terribly wrong.
A VR interface design manifesto