The results of Professor <em>Robert Hernandez's experiment of “Hell and High Water”</em> using Virtual Reality (VR) journalism were:
VR could be used to move people out of natural disasters.
Immersive virtual reality content can be created, incorporating the audiences in the news.
<h3>What is Virtual Reality journalism?</h3>
Virtual Reality journalism is a platform that ensures the combination of immersive video capture and dissemination via mobile VR players so that audiences can be brought closer to a story than on any previous platform.
The purpose of Virtual Reality journalism, for example, was to create a virtual Houston that can avert future disasters, given the high vulnerabilities of Houston to hurricanes.
Thus, the results of Professor <em>Robert Hernandez's experiment of “Hell and High Water”</em> using Virtual Reality (VR) journalism were twofold.
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Achilles is enraged by the request. The plunder has already been distributed, he argues, and a good man does not take back what he has given. Agamemnon and Achilles argue, each man insulting the other. Agamemnon threatens to take a prize if one is not given to him, and Achilles reminds him that all of the Achaeans are fighting against foes who have only wronged Menelaus. For the sake of the two royal brothers, the Argives bloody their hands against men who have done them no wrong. Achilles also complains that though he bears the heaviest burden in battle, it is the king who is always greedy for prizes. Achilles refuses to fight anymore: he will go home to Phthia. Agamemnon responds that to compensate for the loss of Chryseis, he will take Achilles' own prize, the girl Briseis. Depending on your point of view of the story, I could be one or the other, tis a matter of opinion