(I’m guessing this is why they’re using the Vive instead of Facebook’s own Oculus Rift, since one set of Vive trackers can serve multiple headsets.) The ostensible entertainment is watching people flail around with rubbery limbs, joking about how weird they look in VR.
Sometimes the avatars turn into dinosaurs or get whisked to a lunar landscape, and you can watch them joke about how weird is in VR.
Someone is doing this for virtual reality now, and while that already may not sound great, I promise that it is worse than it sounds.We watched as the guy or girl went out with parent-approved dates, and at the end of the show, the guy or girl had to pick who they liked best to keep dating.As if all of that wasn't awkward enough, the scorned significant other had to sit with the parents the whole time, watching their boyfriend or girlfriend go on dates with other people.But they all went about it in different ways, and each show was more ridiculous than the next.There was just something about watching awkward or super confident young adults try to navigate the obstacles of the show to attempt to meet someone they clicked with.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced their engagement, and even though we've all had to put our own ambitions about marrying Prince Harry to bed, the silver lining is that we'll be getting one badass, philanthropic American princess — and that has a lot of people psyched for various reasons.The main reason is that these two seem truly, deliriously happy and in love.There was a lot of fighting and angry words, and it was like, what do you think these people did after the show? Details are super sketchy, but rumor has it the fatal twist is set to occur in this hour-long show’s forthcoming fall finale.Here's what went down: when parents didn't like their kid's boyfriend or girlfriend, they all went on this show.The parents would pick two other candidates for their kid to date instead of their current partner.