By Catherine Powell
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Video games have been wildly popular for decades. Where else can you race cars, ski the Alps, or shoot zombies dead in the comfort of your own home? While these digital flights of fantasy usually limit the mayhem to a TV or a computer, a recent development in gaming technology has started to bring flying fists to bear on the real world. What I’m referring to are virtual reality headsets that allow gamers to immerse themselves in a virtual world. So real is the experience that the number of participants VR-related filing insurance claims has skyrocketed in the past few years. If you or anyone in your family is into VR gaming, you owe it to yourself to find out how to protect them and your property.