Absolutely, and the point was not merely to be emotional, but these are documentaries that he is creating. In this case, it was a documentary on the life in a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. There are a lot of facts to be had there, but rather than present them in a newscast as a talking head, where you will absorb that information in a different way than if you actually put on the virtual reality gizmo and enter that world and see it for yourself.... To be told that there is very little drinking water or any access to hygiene is one thing, but to actually see the conditions through this virtual reality is—
On April 12th, 2016. See this statement in context.