It sounds a little confusing but the positive aspect behind this virtual dating is that if you do decide to meet the person in the real world, you've already spent some quality time with them and gotten to know him or her.
The general idea behind virtual dating is that by experiencing real-time interactions with potential matches online, users will waste less time going on traditional dates with unsuitable partners.
A future episode features a postapocalyptic world with zombies (no word yet on whether they make for a good wingman or woman), while yet another shows a couple traveling to the ancient world.
The people are not always even human, at times taking the form of a dragon, a donkey or cactus.
While reality dating shows like The Bachelorette seem to consistently make for an easy hit, Condé Nast and Facebook are betting on a new kind of dating show—in virtual reality.
On Wednesday, Condé Nast Entertainment is releasing the first episode of a VR dating show called Virtually Dating, a series that pairs up real people on blind dates in VR to see if their VR personalities make for a real-life match.
I would recommend VIDA to anyone who is interested in meeting the right person. I had tried online dating, but it became really frustrating…