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A Rift in Abaddon

Haunted House with VR Enhancing
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Why settle for ordinary haunted houses when Occulus created a rift in our world that leads straight to a deep crevice out of which are crawling some of your undead relatives, spiders with the faces of familiar souls, and zombified friends bent on devouring your brains, and the only escape is to crawl through some unknown hellish goo the color of bile and blood and blackness of the sin of humanity that leads ever downward. BOO!

The background software scans your instagram or facebook account or whatever for people with old birthdays, identical surnames, and such for a more 'personally engrossing' experience.

RayfordSteele, Oct 07 2016

Come to kill me, eh? http://vignette1.wi...t?cb=20130228044327
[whatrock, Oct 07 2016]

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       It's probably the brother of augmented reality. A real frame or information on the virtual world rather than a virtual frame on the real world.   

       I still think, because of the level of technology, google glass in a haunted house theatre would be scarier.
wjt, Oct 08 2016
  

       //Book of Revelation...an angel called Abaddon is described as the king of an army of locusts.   

       Kind of handy, crispy when fried. For example Chef Karen Barroso’s Garlicky Grasshopper Mix - garlic cloves, chile de arbol oil, sea salt and Spanish peanuts.
not_morrison_rm, Oct 08 2016
  

       Deep fried locusts, mmmmmmm .....
8th of 7, Oct 08 2016
  

       Bugs are beyond my level of adventure for lunch.   

       Google glass could work, too. Mostly I wanted augmented reality without the 'little screen' problem.
RayfordSteele, Oct 08 2016
  
      
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