PRESS RELEASE -- June 2 -- Getting to know each other in the virtual environment before meeting in person helps singles adjust their expectations to realistic levels according to a Harvard study. The study found that people who had met on a virtual date before meeting in person had more positive experiences on actual dates. "OmniDate, our virtual dating application, confirms the findings", said Dr. Igor Kotlyar, OmniDate CEO. OmniDate provides a series of fun virtual sets: a lounge, a resort, a bar and a restaurant. When people are on a virtual date, their virtual characters move automatically at the touch of a keyboard. The couple can virtual laugh, flirt, and even touch. A video screen appears where the couple can play get-to-know-you games, which further stimulate conversation.
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