It has been reported on before but I have to say trying to present VR to an audience is difficult. On stage you either show them a video of what the user is seeing with no split which is really just a video like normal or you show a split screen which is really just two videos like normal side by side. I don’t really think unless you truly know about VR you won’t understand what you are watching there and why it is cool. The cool is really being in the head mounted display and that is limited to the viewer at the moment. Getting the cool ooooohs and aaaaaahs only comes with using the actual device. Installations and demonstrations will be the only real way to get across the experience. It is a very unique challenge for Virtual Reality. One that I hope there is a better answer for in the future.