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Do virtual reality and church belong together? This pastor thinks so

The fun part of the 21st century is that you never really know what two things will be combined next. Doritos tacos? Human Uber? VR church? All of the things mentioned are as real as the device you are reading this story on. And while the first two are a bit too whacky to discuss here, let me introduce you to D.J. Soto, the pastor of the world’s first virtual reality church. D.J. Soto’s mission was to create a more inclusive church, which perfectly alines with the goal of classic Christianity — to reach out to the outsiders of society. Yet Soto felt that modern religious


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VRChat, seizures and the long-term implications of VR in daily life

With the rising prominence of VR headsets, VRChat has become a very popular option for socializing among virtual reality users. It can also be used by non-VR users, which helps expand the audience of potential players (even if their experience is more limited). VRChat is a virtual reality application, akin to Second Life, where users can create their own avatars and interact with each other in VR Which makes the incident like those depicted above very interesting. If you don’t have time to sit through a 17-minute video, don’t worry: we’ll give you the short version. Basically, VRChat user DrunkenUnicyclist suddenly had a seizure. He