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According to a new report, full sensory virtual reality and behaviour-based matching will be among the key features of dating in the year 2040.
These developments will save singles time and energy, deliver more accurate matches, and even provide insight and real-time assistance.
"And Tinder might pop up and say 'There's someone down the street you might be attracted to. Rad also touched on the potential of Augmented Reality (the tech that makes Pokemon Go work), suggesting that it may become advanced enough for Tinder to utilise it in real time.
You could walk into a room and find out who is also using the app and whether you're compatible, just by reaching for your phone and waving it around the room."That will definitely impact dating," Rad added.
The virtual date would be like a real one - for example a person could hold someone’s hand and even smell their fragrance - but it would all be carried out from the comfort of their own home.
Experts also predict that advances in wearable technology would allow people to meet in virtual reality from any location around the world.
But how will this technological intervention into our romantic affairs play out in the future?Despite the gloomy premonitions that met its release a few years ago, Tinder isn't actually the dark harbinger ringing the death knell of modern romance.Turns out, it's just an app for hungover people to scroll through on a Sunday to try and abate their low-humming loneliness, with no real intentions of ever actually meeting. Speaking recently at the tech conference Start-Up Grind, the app's creator and founder Sean Rad proposed a vision for the future of Tinder that, quite frankly, sounds a bit intense."You can imagine how, with augmented reality, that experience could happen in the room, in real time.The impact is profound as these devices get closer to your senses, to your eyes, to your experiences."What a time to be alive.