Hey Yuval! As VR/AR/MR devices improve and move towards adopting eye tracking, biometric sensors/feedback, what is often glossed over is the treasure trove of data that spatial computing generates, and the privacy implications that arise from it. Clearly the Facebook or Google approach would be to own the garden so you opt-in and let them aggregate the data, share with third parties, much like they do today to inform and influence. How do you see the OSVR movement handling user data and privacy? What advice would you share with your peers and incumbents in the VR space on the subject of privacy in VR?