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Become a toddler again and fight the power of your own imagination

"Among The Sleep" will now use virtual reality to place you in the role of a toddler having to face off his own nightmares.'s Todd Kenreck reports. Full story

Virtual superheroes may change you

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a superhero flying in a virtual sky! Scientists now find that seeing superpowers in a virtual-reality game may lead people to act more virtuously in real life. Full story

Stay seated: Valve's Team Fortress 2 ported to virtual reality

If Valve Software's Team Fortress 2 is anything, it's versatile. The company's demonstrating that versatility once more in porting the game to virtual reality goggles, which could result in some serious psychological trauma. Kidding aside, a Game Developers Conference blurb today revealed the inter Full story

Virtual Reality Comes to Home Computers in 3D

LAS VEGAS — A computer mouse that dreamed of flying might evolve into something like the Leonar3Do"bird" that can control virtual environments in 3D. Full story

Virtual Reality Makes a Comeback with Oculus Rift Headset

Remember in the '90s when virtual reality looked like the future, and people were strapping on oversized goggles to look around a fully recreated world? If not, check out the movie "The Lawnmower Man" (the original, not the sequel) and you'll get the idea. Now, virtual reality (VR) technology is mak Full story

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  Virtual age lab aims to help people save money

TODAY’s Meredith Vieira talks with financial editor Jean Chatzky about a virtual reality laboratory at Stanford University that creates a computer image of what someone will look like when they retire based on financial questions they answer about their money-saving habits now.