One of the potential knocks on virtual reality is that it can be isolating, with each user locked into their own independent world, but vTime is a virtual reality network designed to be the exact opposite. Billed as "the VR sociable network," vTime offers users virtual environments that they can gather in to enjoy the sights and simply chat with one another.
vTime has a host of different locales -- some of those are relatively common, such as the rooftop patio of a Chinese restaurant or an apartment balcony. Others are extreme or even impossible, like a perch on the edge of a cliff, a space station, or the bottom of the ocean (without any scuba gear). Regardless of the choice of location, users can build a group of friends on the system and virtually meet with them anywhere.