Wired reports: “As promising as the first generation of consumer virtual reality is, it’s not without its drawbacks: cables that tether users to their computers, a space-hogging setup, and prohibitive prices (at least for people who don’t already own a high-end gaming PC). All signs point to a revolution in its infancy. Yes, VR is finally good enough to deliver that elusive sense of presence—but only for a relative few. That’s what The Void is trying to fix. By blending high-end VR with real-world elements, the Utah startup is turning VR from an early-adopter’s kludgefest into a destination activity for the masses.