With devices like the Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus driving the public's interest in virtual reality, it's easy assume the future of VR lies in video games. It's a safe prediction, but it isn't right: "It's a broad category," Matterport's Matt Bell said at Engadget Expand. "I think it's going to go in about ten directions at once." Bell compares the future of VR to the history of the internet -- in the early days, we had no idea how pervasive the technology would become. Now it's wormed its way into every aspect of our lives. Bell isn't alone in his optimism: LindenLab's Ebbe Altberg and BeAnotherLab's Marte Roel joined us in New York City to talk about the future of VR beyond gaming.