By now, you’ve probably heard about a blind person who had to take a trip through a blind-filled forest in order to get a blind photo of his/her own.
The photo was then used to help blind people navigate online dating.
But what if you’re not blind?
What if you’ve never been blind?
That’s what blind dating site BlindDate VR is hoping to help you with.
The site, which launched earlier this month, is offering people with visual impairments a way to meet and connect with potential dates.
According to the site, the process involves “blinding up” the person, which requires an app that lets blind people see the photo on their smartphone or computer screen.
The app then connects with the person through a social media account and they can chat and meet up via phone, text or email.
The person then can go on a date and start a conversation about their life, which is the point of the whole experience.
While the app is not a dating app, it does have a lot of similarities to the dating apps of yesteryear, and will allow blind people to meet others with similar visual impairities.
The first thing that blind people will notice is that their app is designed to make sure they are not looking at the person from behind.
Blind people who are looking from behind are more likely to see things that aren’t there.
The app is currently in beta and will be available in the U.S. and Canada in the next few weeks, according to the company.
BlindDate is currently accepting applications for its app, and is hoping that this app will be one of the first of its kind.
If you’re looking to try BlindDate, you can find more information on its website.