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    The Void (2015) ©
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Playing in a virtual reality theme park

Virtual reality has come a long way since the early days of computing, with devices like Oculus Rift giving players the chance to step inside their favourite games. But if you're stuck on the sofa, how real is it? That's the thinking behind The Void's virtual reality theme park.

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