Auschwitz, sex assault and police shootings - where virtual reality is going next

The fundraiser invitation promised a night of "Cocktails and Virtual Reality." More than 40 people crowded into a Washington rowhouse, sipping mixed drinks in Mason jars before settling into folding chairs and adjusting the focus on their Oculus Rift goggles. For eight minutes, they traversed through a squalid camp that sprawled out in every direction.