Cerevrum Puts a VR Twist on Dating Training with its Latest App
Can VR teach the fine art of talking to the opposite sex?
Being able to talk to groups of people or the opposite sex can be difficult for some people, who get nervous and clam up. There are various training manuals and apps available to help build up confidence and Cerevrum Inc.’s created several virtual reality apps to do just that. The latest to arrive is Dating Lessons, which as the name suggests is about dating, so long as you’re male and heterosexual.
Presented by Miami-based dating coach Manish ‘Magic’ Leone, he’s prepared 11 short lectures and 7 practical interactive sessions that he claims can change one’s dating life forever. Magictalks about several training hacks, including the importance of right tonality, certain energy level, proper eye contact, non-verbal expressions, strong body language, self-positioning, and verbal communication in order to catch a woman’s attention.
The VR course aims to provide a personal coaching approach practicing social skills face-to-face for an immersive experience: “It is as close as it gets to reality. You actually will be talking to women in real time. And when you practice in such almost real life situations, it is so much easier to take that skillset, go out and conquer any woman’s heart,” says Leone.
“Cerevrum team takes VR one step further. “Virtual reality” is not a path to escape everyday routine but rather a tool to increase one’s success and efficiency in everyday life. And dating life should not be an exception,” commented Natasha Floksy, CEO of Cerevrum.
While the initial launch of Dating Lessons is for men wanting help in talking to women, Cerevrum does realise dating is a universal topic which concerns everyone regardless of age, gender, orientation. Looking for feedback from this first version, after which the developer would like to create a course for women.
Dating Lessons is available for major VR headsets, including Gear VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive as well as Google Cardboard for iOS smartphones for $9.99 USD.
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