Disney’s most futuristic attraction yet is an insane ‘Star Wars’ experience that takes virtual reality to the next level — here’s what it’s like to try in person

Three years ago, I flew to a remote part of Utah to visit a new company called The Void, which was building attractions for an ambitious virtual reality (VR) theme park.

Here’s the idea of The Void: Instead of buying an expensive VR system for your home, you visit a physical location — maybe it’s a standalone building, or in a shopping center — and pay a little bit of money to have a totally

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