Virtual Reality has been a hot topic of conversation the last couple of months in the gaming industry. Oculus Rift started on Kickstarter and was bought out by Facebook, making it one of the only viable options to purchase once it was released. Sony wasn’t going to miss the opportunity to jump in the market, adding more options for the consumer.

Joshua Topolsky, Editor-in-chief of The Verge stopped by The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to show off two gadgets. First was a camera that captures light to create images. It’s basically taking a 3-D image. Sure that’s cool, but the real reason you want to see the clip above is Project Morpheus. Jimmy Fallon and Channing Tatum got first dibs on experiencing Project Morpheus. Be sure to check to out the video above to watch to future go gaming become a reality. 


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Ana lives in Orlando, FL with her husband and two dogs; Miles and Jello. She is possibly a Cylon. Devoted a piece of her skin to a Destiny tattoo and has a long term plan of cosplayjng as a Bioshock Splicer or Warlock at some point. Her prized possession is an autograph from Robert Englund welcoming her to prime time. Favorite games include those mentioned above, Aladdin for SNES, losing her life to Animal Crossing and the good Resident Evil games. Saga comics are an unequivocal recommendation. She recently wrapped up yet another viewing of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.