Virtually Dating, as it’s appropriately named, pairs up two people who have never met to go on a blind first date in a virtual reality world. The two strangers are first scanned in 3D, fitted with a bunch of motion sensors and then placed into the VR world where their date can include anything from floating through space to wandering around Ancient Egypt. The show, which was released by Condé Nast Entertainment, is mostly about people laughing about how ridiculous their bodies look in a computer-generated world, which, all jokes aside, is a pretty fantastic ice breaker. As they wander through the VR world, their awkward bodies transform into other things. Sometimes they’re zombies, on another date a penguin and fire hydrant dance together. At the end of the date, the couples are asked if they want to see each other again — this time, in the real world. “It was a lot of fun because you got to go everywhere, without paying for it,” one man says. “I definitely think that would make the world a much better place if you put goggles on everybody and made them talk,” he adds. Virtual reality vs. what's actually happening.Source:Facebook And most agree, considering they’ve just awkwardly laughed together for a solid 10 minutes. It’s kind of like the dating version of The Voice, where people can actually get to know each other and show off their personality without physical appearances getting in the way. One couple, John and Shelby, are transformed into dinosaurs, cactuses and even skeletons on their date while they dance on the moon and around a VR apartment. As John gazes at his warped VR body in the VR mirror, he calls himself a “creepy doll” and all it takes is him doing a weird moonwalk to realise he really does look like a creep doll. “Look at my booty in this thing!” he says. They try to shake hands, which doesn’t work, and awkwardly knock over VR tables before attempting to draw a spaceship to “take them to the moon”. Slow dancing around a VR apartment works better than you’d expect.Source:Facebook While virtual reality headsets definitely aren’t new, their introduction into our romantic lives definitely is. One Melbourne man made headlines last month after he