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Date Posted:08:48:37 02/07/20 Fri Author: Mike Subject: I'm not crying. You are!
This brought a tear to my eye. I don't understand Korean, but I don't need to cause this moment transcends local languages, it's entirely human.
A mother lost her 7yo daughter to blood cancer in 2017, and For eight months, a production team has used VR technology to implement Nayeon's face, body, and voice.
The reunion took place in a park with memories of Jang and her daughter. The motion of a child model was recorded as motion capture and implemented on the monitor to reproduce the scene at a VR studio.
You can still tell she's a digital child, but I reckon in a couple of years, these digital recreations will become super real.
Will we be creating digital avatars of ourselves that our loved ones will "load" up after we're gone, to reminisce, like we do with family photos and videos today?
I don't know if I could do something like that, especially if I had lost a child. My emotions would be too raw, especially if they look so real.
Now porn on the other hand. :P
I've already watched porn in VR and it's awesome. It's like the difference between a porn mag and a porn video in realism. XD