What is the name of the science fiction writer from the 1930s who predicted virtual reality?

A set of goggles depicted in a story by science fiction writer Stanley G. Weinbaum in the 1930s allowed the wearer to experience a fictional world through holograms, smell, taste, and touch. In retrospect, Weinbaum’s description of the experience for individuals wearing the goggles is uncannily similar to the present and emerging sensation of virtual reality.