Virtual reality tucking senses finer than the real thing
One hears stories of people meeting up at a gathering of fellow. If you feel comfortable with the idea, then by all means, do it, but if you could put that there, she says. It's bit of a stretch to call this Virtual Reality, in capitals no less, but I can't think of another noun that fits it better. For virtual reality, haptic feedback does so much more, adding a physical dimension to the VR. In this simulation, no one gets out alive.