VR Courting

Virtual reality now plays a larger role in online dating

Implications - With digital platforms now being one of the preferred methods of meeting potential partners, the incorporation of virtual reality into dating is now rising in popularity. This habit comes as cultural shifts in urban environments lead to social interactions that are simultaneously hyperconnected, and physically isolated.
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VR Blind Dating - 'The League' is Hosting a VR Blind Date Party on Valentine's Day
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Warm 805 Clicks Pub: Feb 9, 17
VR Blind Dating
'The League' is Hosting a VR Blind Date Party on Valentine's Day
‘The League,’ a dating app that positions itself as a more exclusive alternative to apps like Bumble and Tinder, is hosting a VR blind date party called ‘Love Without Limits’... [More]
Virtual Dining Companions - At the Sasayama Restaurant, People Eat Alongside VR Videos
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Warm 281 Clicks Pub: Aug 25, 16
Virtual Dining Companions
At the Sasayama Restaurant, People Eat Alongside VR Videos
Until the end of the month, people who go to dine at the ‘Sasayama’ restaurant in Osaka, Japan, have the chance to enjoy their meal in the company of an unusual dining companion.... [More]
AR Cafe Dates - Sendai’s BLUE LEAF CAFÉ is Offering Virtual Dates with Hatsune Miku
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Mild 475 Clicks Pub: Jul 10, 17
AR Cafe Dates
Sendai’s BLUE LEAF CAFÉ is Offering Virtual Dates with Hatsune Miku
Going on a cafe date is a common practice for many adults, but Sendai’s BLUE LEAF CAFÉ is now offering a limited-time event that will help visitors enjoy a different kind of company. Rather than... [More]
Branded VR Headset Spoofs - Tinder VR Teases the Unreality of Virtual Reality at CES 2017
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Mild 150 Clicks Pub: Jan 6, 17
Branded VR Headset Spoofs
Tinder VR Teases the Unreality of Virtual Reality at CES 2017
Though Tinder is a smartphone app, it prides itself on connecting people in reality, and the Tinder VR campaign is a sly jab at another piece of technology that claims to offer real experiences.... [More]
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