The Utah-based company plans to use VR headsets, body monitors, and high-quality prosthetics to create digital interactive worlds. It's obviously still in its infancy, but if they pull it off nerds around the country will line up to make their Skyrim dreams a reality.
And at the very least, it can't be any worse than Dactyl Nightmare:
For those of you that weren't alive in the early 90s, Dactyl Nightmare was an early lesson in crushing disappointment wherein you strapped yourself to a massive VR rig and shot things with your crossbow. Chances are it was a stealth project to make kids never excited about the future or technology ever again.