Funny Reaction to VR Scary Video ‘Sisters’
For some mysterious reason we humans love to be scared with terror movies, but this craziness has reached new levels thanks to the level of immersion of Virtual Reality. Luckily for us, it’s scary for the viewers but funny for those who watch the reaction of guys like the one in the video.
You can see that the poor guy just can’t stand it anymore, he’s scared to death crawling in his bed. By the way, why would you watch a VR video in your bed? And a horror video? Really? Maybe he is too scared to walk, but I worry he might wet the sheets.
Sisters: A Mobile VR Ghost Story
The movie in question is actually an app that you can download for free from the Google Store, it’s called Sister and it was developed by Otherworld Interactive.
“Venture alone to the nightmarish cabin of notorious child killer Rustin Parr; the site of the most horrific and unspeakable events from throughout Burkittsville’s cursed history.
Be careful where you look, because something doesn’t want you here. Experience a true horror experience made for mobile VR. Works with Google Cardboard.
Players watch the terror unfold around them with immersive 360-degree visuals and audio. This experience is designed for VR and headphones. Both are recommended to get the full experience.”
Are you brave enough to watch it?https://virtualrealitytimes.com/2017/02/10/funny-reaction-to-vr-scary-video-sisters/https://virtualrealitytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/unnamed-3-600x375.pnghttps://virtualrealitytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/unnamed-3-150x90.pngComedy VR VideosVideosFor some mysterious reason we humans love to be scared with terror movies, but this craziness has reached new levels thanks to the level of immersion of Virtual Reality. Luckily for us, it’s scary for the viewers but funny for those who watch the reaction of guys like the...Anushay QaiserAnushay Qaiser[email protected]ContributorAnushay is a writer from Pakistan, specializing in technology and futurism. She's a big VR fan, despite living in a country without much presence in high technology or virtual reality.Virtual Reality Times