Marginalising virtual techniques just because they are currently experimental and technically nowhere near their true potential stems from unimaginative thinking from the day before yesterday. Virtual productions will not be two-dimensional and jerky forever. Once they can be experienced like holograms, spatially, interactively, palpably, smellably and without annoying crutches like VR glasses as - then no longer only academically - real, not only the gallery and museum business of today will be incomprehensible to us. We will only experience physical social contacts as valuable and meaningful and not as time-consuming and (environmentally) burdensome if it is really a matter of specifically cultivating and enjoying them.