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[NOUN]

  1. the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or hand controlled sensors.

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Virtual Reality is a new and modern form of entertainment that is based on an experience. A lot of people think its just a "new video game" but they are far from correct. Sure, one of the largest uses of virtual reality is gaming, however, there are tons of uses for this modern age technology. The individual wears a headset that looks like big binoculars. In high end virtual reality like you will experience at Humdingers, you are then handed a controller for each hand. Don't get nervous, these are just to simulate your hands in the virtual world and depending on the application, they often allow you to see your human hands in the virtual world. There is basically no learning curve. You simply act natural. You are then started on the virtual journey of your choosing. This is where the gaming idea is not considered correct. You will have the option to game, travel, exercise, train, educate, and much more. You can fight off hoards of zombies, ride a virtual roller coaster, play mini golf, travel to the Eiffel tower, the Grand canyon, International space station... anywhere! You can work with friends in elaborate escape rooms or experience zero gravity! The bounds are limitless and we hope you see why we are so excited to bring this modern entertainment to the Eastern Shore!