Virtual human interaction lab’s project makes me think about my own thesis project. VR is a powerful way to tell stories, I believe VR will change the world. However if we compare VR or AR with film, we’ll find the similarity in changing the way to look at the world. When The Lumière brothers was showing the arriving train to their audience in 1896, people have the similar feeling with with the testers in the Virtual human interaction lab wearing VR headset exploring the virtual sea world as a fish. Immersive is a right word to describe it. Maybe we can learning things form movies for example how they tell stories, how they design scenes. The three shortcomings that the VHIL studios suffered can be solved with more funds and works, how to design the VR scenes and stories is more important to me.