Shake Your Head at a Virtual Japanese Schoolgirl

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Summer Lesson is an upcoming tech demo for Sony's new virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus. This is the future of...something.

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Designed by the Tekken Team, the demo takes you into a schoolgirl's room and lets you interact with her for a virtual summer lesson. It doesn't look like much studying is going on. Learning? No. Leering? Yes.

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The demo will be playable at this year's Tokyo Game Show. By playable, I mean, you'll be able to do this. I guess.

『SCEJA Press Conference 2014』[YouTube]

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postnjam12
postnjam12

I'm sad There isn't a hot guy I can do the same with and whisper "S-senpai" in his ear via the motion tracking, As realistic next gen water drips from his next gen biceps because he's part of the swim team and he can reach out and pat my head and it would be Sugoi!

Wait....what?! Sorry, lost my train of thought, VR.....cool, I guess.