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In the future, the first thing people will see when they visit the bathroom is a virtual bathroom, complete with virtual walls, mirrors, sinks and toilets.

That’s right: It’s a virtual toilet.

If you think the virtual toilet is a novelty, wait until you see the real one.

The technology behind it has been developed by a team at the University of Washington, including the director of the Microsoft Cognitive Computing Laboratory.

And they say it could one day help solve problems ranging from health care to health care delivery.

The team says they hope to develop a virtual medicine that can be used to improve health care.

“The technology can be applied to all sorts of health care applications, including treating depression, anxiety, obesity, cancer, and other health conditions,” said John C. Johnson, the senior director for research and development at Microsoft Cognitive Technologies.

“That’s an exciting opportunity for us.”

Health care and the virtual bathroom As we’re used to, we often think of the bathroom as the last place we go when we need to get something done.

In real life, though, it’s not uncommon for someone to sit down for an hour or two to take a shower.

It can even be something as simple as brushing your teeth or applying lipstick.

The difference is, in a virtual world, people are not sitting down for hours to clean up after themselves.

Instead, they can enter the virtual world and use whatever virtual facilities they want.

In this virtual world they can even use the bathroom.

This is not the first time Johnson and his team have created virtual restrooms.

In 2016, the team created a virtual room for their lab in which they tested a method to help people with chronic pain use their prosthetic legs.

And in a 2016 video from the company, Johnson says virtual toilets can be “virtually any size” to fit any body shape.

The virtual bathroom will be similar to a regular restroom, but will also feature virtual toilets that are larger than a toilet seat and smaller than a sink, according to the company.

They are also planning to bring the technology to hospitals, which will be a key market.

Johnson said he and his colleagues are looking forward to helping hospitals and other facilities in the future.

They also say they hope virtual bathrooms will soon be used by people with disabilities.

The real world is a much different place for some people, and they might be able to use the restroom of their choice in the virtual one, Johnson said.

For example, if a person has severe chronic pain, Johnson hopes the virtual restroom will help them to use a wheelchair.

But the bathroom will also allow the person to use whatever they want, Johnson added.

The concept for the virtual bathrooms is still in the early stages, but Johnson says he’s excited about the potential of the technology.

“It’s been fun to explore different ways to create these different kinds of virtual facilities, and to see what they’re capable of,” Johnson said in a video.

He added that he’s also excited to see how people react to the idea of using a virtual restroom in the real world.

“This is something that will be used in medical settings,” he said.

“In other words, if you want to treat chronic pain or cancer, or other diseases, you’ll want to use this in a clinical setting.

You can’t do it in a house.”

The virtual restroom technology has been used in other fields as well.

In 2015, the Seattle Seahawks hosted a virtual football game, which included virtual players on both sides of the ball.

Johnson and company are looking to expand the use of virtual bathrooms, too.

They have plans to create virtual versions of medical equipment that could be used for everything from the treatment of infections to the prevention of cancer.

The medical equipment will also include an interactive virtual room where patients can interact with other patients, according the company’s website.

“We have a lot of medical technology that could use a virtual space for treatment,” Johnson told the company in an interview.

“A lot of research has been done on this, and we are excited about that research.”

Johnson added that the company is also looking to work with hospitals to create a virtual clinic, where patients and staff can interact and talk to each other.

But it’s important to note that Johnson and others are not creating a medical facility in the actual bathroom.

Instead the team is building virtual versions for use by patients and other staff.

“Our intention is not to create any actual medical facility, but to create an interactive space,” Johnson added in the video.

The Virtual Dining Room That’s where the real action is happening in this virtual reality restaurant.

The dining room features a virtual kitchen, a virtual table and a virtual bar.

The entire space will be interactive, including an actual virtual kitchen.

In the virtual kitchen a chef is cooking, using the virtual food and a real kitchen counter, so they