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VR also appeals to a wider, more casual audience by immersing them in a virtual world without the same complexity more traditional games rely on.
On one hand, they see realistic movement on the screen designed to make them feel immersed in the game.
Outside it, more bubble universes exist, all immersed in an eternally expanding and energized sea—the multiverse.
Outside it, more bubble universes exist, all immersed in an eternally expanding and energized sea — the multiverse.
In-game video goals can help break you out of real-life thought patterns by providing external motivation to stay immersed in the game’s world.
It can be fairly disorienting for your body to be immersed in a new, virtual environment, especially when what you’re seeing might not precisely match up with what your body is experiencing in real-time.
You no longer need to live on the coasts and in a major city to have access to the best coaches, facilities, and programs—you can get immersed in your wellness right where you are.
She would immerse herself in academics, engage with professors, join clubs, make lasting friendships, attend plays and concerts and root for the football team.
FOR COLLEGE FRESHMEN, PANDEMIC RESULTS IN A FIRST-YEAR EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHERJOE HEIM, NICK ANDERSON, DANIELLE DOUGLAS-GABRIEL, SUSAN SVRLUGADECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
My census work immersed me in the real world of San Diego’s urban core, a world policymakers and density advocates hardly know.
It will be hard to take your eyes off the screen and we guarantee you’ll feel fully immersed in whatever world you’re entering.

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