Still, most Americans, according to the Pew Research Center, still want to get married at some point in their lives. The Census reported in 2011 that 51 percent of adult Americans were married—an all-time low and falling, while the median age for marriage hit an all-time high (29 for men and 27 for women).That modern-day matchmaker, the Internet—both through its traditional channels and the explosion of online dating sites—is where a third of recently-married American couples first started sparking.Dating sites, start trumpeting the news: it turns out those cyber-fueled marriages are a bit happier and more durable than those begun via less electronic means. We need the company of others and we all dream of finding that perfect soul mate, someone to be with us through thick and thin, one who shares our hopes and passions.Today, we meet people in the virtual world first, on social networks and dating sites.Online, via phone apps, there are several ways that our generation has gotten used to using technology to find love (or simply a little fun); but this latest way of dating will definitely take some getting used to: Virtual Reality dating.
Your household appliances will tweet constantly about your relationship status—if they ever stop this, you will feel unaccountably melancholy.
"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.