Scientists and futurists expect our everyday relationships with technology will soon include virtual reality.
The online world is quickly moving from screens to virtual space.
Fans can now enter into the wild and funny world of popular cartoon characters Rick and Morty. Their first VR game, Virtual Rick-ality, allows you to enter the world of Adult Swim’s animated series for two to three hours of game-play.
Facebook has also join the VR space, announcing its first VR app ‘Spaces’. Spaces will allow users to log onto Facebook through a VR headset and interact with your friends anywhere in the world
The app will allow people to watch 360 videos, look at 360 photos and draw in 3D.
As we continue to see more mainstream companies and creators making quality virtual reality content, we can expect to see more people go out to buy VR gear.
How do you think virtual reality will change our favourite shows? Currently checking out Rick and Morty's new VR game! @UOWTV #socialj pic.twitter.com/Y29LKTkIVe
— Hannah Laxton-Koonce (@h_laxton) April 26, 2017