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We know the first thing you're gonna say and don't worry, he's fine. The channel says "Don is okay and had a good laugh at this video a few days later when we showed him." So there you go. That said, this is sort of a testament to how realistic VR can feel. That or how poorly a demo team can screw up preparing someone for VR. Arguments for both.

Via Syrmor
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Justas Gedvilas, in the YouTube comments section for this video said it right: for having skin as delicate as a butterfly wing, the kid is tough as steel. Seriously. What a little badass! He's incredibly well spoken, and is a bright and courageous example of the amazing power of one's will, in the face of stunning adversity, and challenges. We've seen this kind of VR chat format video before, when a kid was describing what it's like living with ADHD; and we loved it! Check that one out here, if you're curious. 

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Via Syrmor
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You're wrong to think you're prepared for this feels trip. This wildly wholesome boy needs to be protected and cherished, at all costs. It looks like a lot of people are connecting with his message in the comments section back on YouTube. Hoping nothing but the best for this kid. He seems like he has a bright road ahead of him! 

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She definitely gets into it: you can really see the hurt behind her eyes, the pained expression, and yes, of course the sheer virtual reality-ridden ignorance of our racer gamer of the hour. I mean hey, it's hard out here for a dude to hit those checkpoints on the road to topping high score, am I right?

Hopefully he didn't fail his mission, because he's clearly one 'game over' from taking up residence in the doghouse.


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Via Team Coco
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Real life hasn’t been that much fun lately, right? With your job, Thanksgiving, and Tax Day (I mean, that thing's always around the corner), wouldn’t be nice to just get away for a while? Check out into a different reality.

Well, science is currently working on that, and our old friend Conan O’Brien got to try it out for himself. Over at the YouTube’s VR Lab in New York City, Conan took virtual reality for a test drive, performing his normal routine of yelling at employees, co-workers, robots, and gym coaches in the new digital world, on Conan last night.

This video should have you very excited for the future, where you can harass robots and eat corn on the cob sandwiches. Watch the video and you’ll get it.

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The screaming, the dudes in the blue tees seemingly being anything but helpful, and the fact that the people using VR almost keep eating sh*t...

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