Imagine escaping to a world where anything is possible. You can visit it anywhere or anytime. That notion is the promise of virtual reality. Using virtual reality in classrooms, students can visit Syrian refugee camps, have a tour of a college campus, or interact with artwork at the British Museum. Medical students can peer into virtual bodies and body systems in ways that they could not in the real world. Doctors can treat anxiety disorders. Besides virtual reality's benefits, this resource investigates the health concerns, privacy issues, and effects on social interactions for users.