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Using virtual reality, neuroscientists simulated the effects of invisibility in subjects and found it gave them confidence in front of a crowd
Henrik Ehrsson, a senior author on the study, said follow-up work would look at whether the sensation of being invisible affects people’s moral decision making. That would “ensure that future invisibility cloaking does not make us lose our sense of right and wrong, which Plato asserted over two millennia ago.”