Fall in Love

Can a VR Experience Make You Feel Like You’re Falling in Love?

Falling in love, an experience so tirelessly written about in movies, TV, and books, is now getting the virtual reality treatment. Meet Fall in Love, a new virtual reality "experience" ...

This is What Virtual Reality Dating Looks Like

Let's think about dating for a moment. Not just hooking up, I mean actual dating--specifically, the first date. You meet someone, there's an apparent mutual attraction, so the two of ...

A deep dive into the business of virtual reality porn

I walk up to a large, white mansion. I knock on the door and a woman in a white shirt and black skirt opens the door. She greets me by ...
Porn Teaching Women

This Virtual Reality Edutainment Porn Is Teaching Women To Get Off

Inside a mansion, deep in the heart of Los Angeles glamorous Calabasas district, porn performer and former pro-soccer athlete Jay Smooth straddles his costar, his pecs pumped to perfection, the ...

Friends with an Ex? Check Your Motives First, Science Says

WASHINGTON — Can you really stay friends with an ex? It depends on why you want to continue the relationship, a new study finds. Staying friends with an ex is ...
Disney parks

‘Star Wars’ virtual reality experience to open near Disney parks this year

“Star Wars” lovers now have something else to get excited about this holiday season. In addition to “The Last Jedi” – the second installment in the final trilogy – slated ...

Virtual Reality: The Ultimate Tourism Sales Tool?

In fact, I can not think of a better tool to attract new visitors to your destination. People's time and money are extremely limited so they want to know that ...
quantified life sleep app

Tracking my life with tech to improve my life

There’s this idea that if we quantify and track our lives, our lives will be better. But I’m not so sure about that. Over the past week, I’ve tracked both ...

This Animation Shows What Earth Would Look Like if All The Ice Melted

Rising Sea Levels In 2015, NASA revealed that Earth’s oceans are rising faster than expected, and the space agency projected that we’re now “locked in” to at least 90 cm of sea ...